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BEng (Hon) Civil Engineering (Sandwich)

Ulster University
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Course UCAS code: H200
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  • BEng (Hon), Sandwich , Duration: 4 Years
Course Summary:
Important notice – campus change This course will move to the Belfast campus. Students will change campus part way through this course. The course in Civil Engineering is designed to allow graduates to work in both consultancy or contracting within industry. It incorporates elements of Structural design, Highway design and Water and Wastewater design. You will be involved in all aspects of planning and design, construction and operation and maintenance of the various types of Civil Engineering projects such as reservoirs, pipelines, and water/wastewater treatment plants related to the water and wastewater element of the course; roads, railways, bridges, tunnels, ports and airports related to the highways elements of the course and large multi-storey structures, sports stadia, commercial and industrial buildings, power stations related to the structures elements of the course. The University has one of the most advanced and best equipped highway laboratories in Ireland which is working with clients such as Red Bull Racing and the Highways Agency on Skid Resistance. You will be in this laboratory for testing during years 1 and 2 and will also be using it should you take a highways project in year 4. On the Jordanstown campus the University has the second biggest fire lab in the UK and the biggest in a University setting. Research from this laboratory has formulated the Eurocodes for castellated beams. Lecturers from this laboratory take you for some of the structures elements of the course.
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15 January

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Set for Whole course for EU at £4,160
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Set for Whole course for International at £13,240
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Tel. 028 7012 4221
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