The BEng (Hons) Engineering: Civil Engineering degree is a bespoke Graduate Apprenticeship programme, designed in partnership with engineering employers which will develop apprentices’ knowledge, skills, competencies and professional behaviours.
This Graduate Apprenticeship will support the development of professionally qualified engineers eligible for IEng level membership.
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Learners will acquire underpinning knowledge and understanding via a blended and online learning delivery mode with core engineering competencies (UK Standards for Professional Engineering Competence, IEng) being developed through an integrated work based learning curriculum.
We're working with the Professional Engineering Institutions to secure accreditation for the degree programme.
Facilitated by world-class academics, the on-campus delivery will allow apprentices to develop skills in our state of the art facilities including labs for the demonstration of geomechanics, advanced materials science and environmental science.
There are a number of funded places on the BEng (Hons) Engineering: Civil Engineering degree, which are available from September 2020.
During Years 1 and 2 of the degree, learners will study four core modules addressing; Engineering Mechanics and Materials, Structural Analysis, Soil Mechanics and Hydraulics, and Mathematics and Numerical Tools.
Years 3 and 4 are designed to develop higher level cognitive skills and enable the continued integration of knowledge, professional competencies and transferable skills via two 60 credit project modules with further opportunities for specialisation via optional modules.
The Civil Engineering Graduate Apprenticeship has a flexible admissions approach and applications will be considered on an individual basis with input from employers. Typically applicants will have 4 Highers (minimum B grades) including Maths or equivalent qualifications and experience.
The programme has been designed to meet the needs of learners with a range of vocational and academic qualifications including the potential for progression from:
- Foundation Apprenticeships in a related discipline
- recognition of vocational qualifications and experiential learning