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Course summary

Charted Engineers in the fields of structures and civil engineering work alongside active, respected academics to deliver this course, making use of the new multi-million pound Springfield building to improve your technical prowess. Ideal for graduates already in possession of an Incorporated Engineer degree, you will be tasked to solve industrially relevant challenges across individual research and group based activities, including an opportunity to secure a work placement where your learning will be put into practice. While studying at The University of Wolverhampton you will be encouraged to find innovative, creative solutions to industrial problems, recognising the wider implications of engineering activities, your Professional Practice placement award requiring reflection on the tasks undertaken and professional competencies gained during your experience. Said studies and experience, technically oriented with a particular focus on the fields of structures and geotechnical engineering, will provide you with the recognised educational base to become a Charted Civil Engineer.

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Civil Engineering with Professional Practice at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS