Creating and managing civil engineering solutions in a way that works for people and society.
Is raising the dykes the only way to reduce flood risk, or are there smarter, cheaper solutions? How do you install a resilient electricity grid in a hurricane zone? Which factors do you have to keep in mind to ensure that new roads or structures will endure the effects of climate change? How do you secure and balance the many interests of the government, residents, companies, or the environment in such large projects? If these questions fascinate you, the three-year, English-taught Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering is the right choice for you.
In the Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering, you acquire both the technical and non-technical knowledge you need to take on complex civil engineering challenges. You learn everything a civil engineer needs to know in order to design, construct and manage large projects in construction & infrastructure, water management, and traffic & transport. You also become an expert in the many important organizational and non-technical issues involved in such projects, from legal and administrative aspects to communication, project and process management.
Read more about the study programme, admission requirements, application deadline and career prospects for this programme, or about our Master’s in Civil Engineering & Management (CEM) or Construction Management & Engineering (CME)
Are you curious what it's like to study Civil Engineering? Thijs shows you a day in his student life.
There are dozens of reasons to sign up for the Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering at the University of Twente (UT). Read the top six here!