Degree Apprenticeship: BSc (Hons)

Civil Engineering - Site Management

The Degree Apprenticeship aims to provide a broad-based educational experience, enabling successful students to enter careers in the civil engineering and allied sectors.

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Civil Engineering - Site Management

Course Overview

  • Attendance


    Part Time
  • Duration


    3.5 Years
  • Venue


    City Campus
  • Cost


    Fees for the course will be a maximum of £18,000*

The Degree Apprenticeship aims to provide a broad-based educational experience, enabling successful students to enter careers in the civil engineering and allied sectors. The target group for this programme are those already holding an appropriate level four qualification, such as a Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Civil Engineering or a higher apprenticeship, who are seeking to become engineering practitioners employed in the civil engineering sector and or related disciplines.

Specifically, the course is aimed at those wishing to progress on to careers in site management, but will also allow entry into careers with design consultants, project management companies, government agencies and local authorities, modelling specialists and a variety of specialist design areas.

The course will develop graduates’ skills, giving them the opportunity to work on major projects such as designing large structures and a variety of infrastructure including roads, water supply/drainage, bridges, airports, tunnels, sea and flood defences and structures supporting energy supply and transmission. The course will allow students who simultaneously gain appropriate work-based learning in employment to gain membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) via a review for Incorporated Engineer status shortly after graduation.

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