BEng (Hons) or MEng — 2025 entry Civil Engineering

Our BEng or MEng Civil Engineering degrees focus on the principles, design, construction, and maintenance of infrastructure projects, including buildings, bridges, roads, and water supply systems that support and enhance society.

Key course information

Typical offer
Start date
September 2025
Full time
3 years
UK fees
Overseas fees
UCAS code
Stag Hill
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Why choose
this course?

  • Our courses give you industry-focused, practical training, which prepares you for work as a professional civil engineer. There’s a strong focus on structural engineering, and you’ll work on integrated design projects centred on industry-relevant case studies.
  • Our close links with leading contractors and consultancies enable you to take up a salaried position on our award-winning  Professional Training placements scheme. This valuable experience prepares students for roles in the sector and contributes towards chartership.
  • Around 35 per cent of our undergraduates are on our unique Surrey/ICE (Institution of Civil Engineering) scholarship scheme, which pairs students with a relevant industrial company early on in their course. Students benefit from paid summer work and a generous scholarship bursary.
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13th in the UK

For civil engineering in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024 

14th in the UK

For civil engineering by the Complete University Guide 2024


Of our civil engineering graduates go on to employment or further study (Graduate Outcomes 2023, HESA).


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