Best Universities for Civil engineering
|University of Glasgow||#23|
|University of Surrey||#26|
|University of Bath||#27|
|City, University of London||#28|
|Edinburgh Napier University||#29|
|Anglia Ruskin University (ARU)||#30|
|The University of Manchester||#31|
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day 10th Sep.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The timetabled in-person teaching, including labs and practicals, should continue as planned. Unless the situation changes, their expectation is that they will approach Semester Two using the same model for teaching as Semester One. Face coverings should be worn in study spaces and it is strongly recommended that they be worn indoors and when moving around University buildings.
6 Civil engineering reviews at University of Bath
Civil and Architectural Engineering, MEng HonsBy member946197 On 29th February 20
The course is quite satisfying.
Civil and Architectural Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1226414 On 3rd May 17
Good course, shame the university as a whole is no where near the standard of the course.
Civil and Architectural Engineering, MEng HonsBy member719332 On 19th November 15
Good course, enjoying it
Civil Engineering, MEng HonsBy member618631 On 14th November 15
Civil and Architectural Engineering, MEng HonsBy Karczello On 12th November 15
I am simply bewildered. At first I thought that it would be nothing special, but everything we do is practical and fascinating. My personal tutor is a great person with really helpful tips and also an amazing teacher.
Civil Engineering, MEng HonsBy member716780 On 16th October 15
It's fun to start of on a joint project with the architects however it is more design and less logical orientated than I expected, although apparently this changes in the second semester. History and theory of architecture is a unit I don't realy enjoy but the other units are all good