The University of Newcastle civil and structural engineering discipline is ranked 59th in the world by QS World University Rankings (2013).

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)

Why study with us?

Civil engineering at the University of Newcastle

Civil engineers are responsible for the physical structures that we take for granted every day – roads, bridges, airports, mines, pipelines, harbours and dockyards are all planned and designed by civil engineers.

The University of Newcastle's civil and structural engineering discipline is ranked 59th in the world by QS World University Rankings (2013).

When you study civil engineering at the University of Newcastle you will receive the very finest education. Our teachers are industry leaders with invaluable vocational currency and you will have the opportunity to learn in our state-of-the-art laboratories.

When you complete a civil engineering degree with us you will enter the industry in high demand. Our graduates enjoy excellent starting salaries and are actively targeted by businesses around the world.This degree is accredited by Engineers Australia, The Professional Engineers Board Singapore, and the Washington Accord.

Top Marks for Teaching

When you study with us, you will be inspired by innovative teachers who are recognised nationally and internationally in their fields of research and industry. In 2012, we had an overall graduate satisfaction rating of 85.7% for Civil Engineering, well above the average (Course Experience Questionnaire 2012).

Student Community

We have a thriving student community with groups and activities that both compliment your study and make for a great university experience. Check out our Engineering Facebook page.

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What you will study