Civil engineering

As a civil engineering student at our Medway Campus, you will learn pioneering approaches using state-of-the-art surveying equipment and learn how to apply them in real world scenarios.

Civil engineering touches all of our lives


From construction to transportation, civil engineers have to be forward-thinking. Engineering student Viktor gives a quick tour of this fascinating profession.

Our courses

You can study for a civil engineering degree in a number of ways: full-time, part-time, or a sandwich course with an industry placement. We also offer a four-year course which leads to a Master’s degree and an extended degree, which includes a foundation year to prepare you for degree-level study.

Spotlight on women in engineering


"I am so proud to be an engineer in a male-dominated area," says Cagla Balaban. Find out more about our graduate, who now works for the university.

Communities and societies

Our active student-led societies offer a space for personal and academic growth, as well as new opportunities to make lasting friendships. Students can take part in activities throughout the year, both through the department and via the wider Students’ Union.

Research and partnerships

Civil engineering academics are currently researching a range of areas including road safety engineering, structural engineering, seismic analysis and design and geotechnical engineering.

Plants could reduce city noise


New research from the University of Greenwich shows that having plants on the side of walls can reduce perceived noise by about a third.

Join us as a research student

As well as providing a rich and fulfilling experience, research programmes at Greenwich are at the leading edge of progress in a range of industries.

Contact

fes_research_office@gre.ac.uk

Working with industry

Our expert staff, industry-standard facilities and research expertise can help your business grow.

Find out more

Greenwich Research & Enterprise

Contact

enterprise@gre.ac.uk

020 8331 7867

GREat talks at Medway


We run a series of free public lectures covering an extensive range of topics affecting our society and environment today.

Our experts