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Top 3 Civil Engineering Colleges in The United Kingdom (UK)


UCL-London's Global University

The top schools that provide a civil engineering degree for the students in United Kingdom (UK) are mentioned below.

1. UCL-London's Global University



  • UCAS code : H200
  • Duration : Full-time: 3 years
  • Accreditation : Institution of Civil Engineers & Institution of Structural Engineers
  • Location: London, Bloomsbury
  • Fee: $33.2K/Yr

This three year programme covers all the major fields of civil engineering (structures, geotechnics, materials, fluids, design and surveying) with residential field trips throughout. You will choose an IEP Minor topic from a broad range offered, including environmental engineering, ocean engineering, management, finance and accounting, public policy and programming. (Please note, all topics are subject to change).

Check Your Entry Requirements Here >> Entry Requirements for B.E in Civil Engineering UCL

Check College Website Here>>UCL - London's Global University

2.  The University of Edinburgh

  • UCAS code: H200
  • Duration: 4 years
  • Delivery: Full-time
  • School: Engineering
  • College: Science and Engineering
  • Fee: $37.3K/Yr
  • IELTS:6.5
This programme will train you to be a civil engineer of the future, giving you the knowledge and skills you need to shape our ever-changing world. You will have the opportunity to specialize in a number of technical streams including:
  • structural, environmental and construction management
  • geotechnical
  • fire safety engineering
The academics put a strong emphasis on engineering design throughout this degree programme.

Check Your Entry Requirements Here >> Entry Requirements for B.E in The University of Edinburgh
Check College Website Here>>The University of Edinburgh

3.  The University of Manchester

  • UCAS code: H200
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Delivery: Full-time
  • School: Engineering
  • College: Science and Engineering
  • Fee: $31K/Yr
  • IELTS:6.5
  • SAT: 1290 
For More Details Visit the Website: The University of Manchester

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