A warm welcome to all our new undergraduate students, starting in September 2021! Our induction sessions will tell you everything you need to know in your first year as a civil & environmental engineering student.
Department Undergraduate Induction days
This year our Inductions involve a blend of online and on-campus activities. Full details have been communicated to students by email.
1st Year - Monday 13th September 2021
11-1pm (group A) and 2-4pm (Group B).
We are additionally holding Zoom induction sessions for continuing undergraduate students:-
2nd Year – Friday 17th September 2021
Group A: Friday 17th September 10:00 – 12:00 in GH701 (Graham Hills Building Level 7)
Group B: Friday 17th September 13:00 – 15:00 in GH701 (Graham Hills Building Level 7)
There will be a short induction, followed by an outdoor treasure hunt activity. Lunch served in Rottenrow Gardens between 12:00 – 13:00.
For any online-only students, an induction video is available in the Year 2 Induction folder on the departmental UG Myplace page.
3rd Year – Monday 13th September 2021
10-12pm (group A) and 1-3pm (Group B).
4th Year – Tuesday 14th September 2021, 10:00am
5th Year – Friday the 17th September 2021, 11:00am
Information on any additional wider Faculty of Engineering activities for new students will be circulated shortly.
Advisers of study
The adviser of studies for each year of study are:
- First year: Dr Alessia Amabile
- Second year: Dr Sarah Lavery
- Third year: Dr Viola Valentine
- Fourth year: Dr Kamila Nieradzinska
- Fifth year: Dr David Alcaraz-Garcia
Classes at Strathclyde start from week commencing 20th September 2021.
Personalised Timetables will be available to regustered students via the Strathclyde App. You can also search the Central University Timetable website, by Department and Class title to find timings of optional classes.
The procedure for class choices will be explained in detail at your Induction.
The University's Welcome to Strathclyde page will provide you with essential information as a new student such as:
- The registration process (registration will be done online for all students this year)
- The Strathclyde Student Pledge - how preparations are being made in light of Covid-19
- Campus Life 2021 - campus safety, learning and support for students
- Halls of residence facilities
- Information for international students
- Student Union
Glasgow: a vibrant European cultural city
Glasgow is Scotland's largest city and one of the liveliest and most stylish cities in the UK (recognised by Lonely Planet as one of the top 10 cities to visit in the world).
Glasgow is also regenerating at an amazing pace making it a "living laboratory" on sustainability, civil engineering, and urban renewal. Members of the department are contributing to the Clyde Waterfront Regeneration (Scotland's single most significant urban renewal project and development opportunity which is transforming 20km of the river Clyde from Glasgow city centre).