Cardiff University’s global community, reputation and partnerships are at the heart of its identity.
Our collaborative work with academic partners across the world produces research with real impact. From collaborating with researchers in China to tackle breast cancer to studying the genetics and demographics of mammals in our research centre in Borneo, here at Cardiff we’re working to tackle global challenges.
As an institution we have formal links with more than 35 countries including 38 partnerships with China, 16 in the US and 12 with Malaysia.
We are partners with ‘Santander Universities’ and the Fulbright and Marshall Commissions, allowing for teaching and other collaborations to flourish with North and South America.
Our thriving international st...
Typical A-level Offer
A-level Mathematics is required (or equivalent)
Typical WBQ Offer
Pass the Advanced Diploma and grades AA at A-level, one of which must be Maths
Typical Int Bacc Offer
32 - 36 points, including 5 in higher level Mathematics and a Science
Applications from those offering alternative qualifications are welcome
Our graduates are mainly employed in the civil engineering industry with major consultancy and contracting firms, such as Sir Robert McAlpine, Ramboll, Arup and Mott McDonald. Typical roles include graduate civil engineer, site engineer or design engineer, and they are based throughout the UK as well as further afield.
A number of graduates have opted for further study, either at MSc or PhD level, at Cardiff as well as institutions across the UK and beyond.
Others have chosen to work for national and multinational companies: recent examples include companies in the financial, media and petrochemical sectors with destinations including Deloitte, PwC, Virgin and Shell. You will be attractive to a wide range of employers who are looking for graduates with good analytical, computing and management skills.
Civil Engineering at Cardiff offers you a highly regarded degree course at one of the top universities in this area with a wealth of exciting future career opportunities in designing and working with the built and natural environments, nationally and internationally. You will develop a thorough understanding of civil engineering theory, which will be backed up by practical application through laboratory and research work, field courses and design classes, enabling you to develop your career in any area of the Civil Engineering industry. You will also gain significant experience in a range of transferrable skills for whatever career path you choose.