UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering


Careers and employability

A strong alumni network meets seven or eight times annually with seminars on topics of interest by graduates in industry or UCL researchers. This is a key link for current students to gain access to buildings for their dissertations, as well as explore opportunities for internships and jobs.

Top graduates from the course are generally offered positions before the course is completed and the majority of graduates have been employed within a few months of graduating.

In recent years graduates have joined architects, engineering firms and environmental consultancies including:

A significant number of students have chosen to continue their education with UCL carrying out PhD or EngD programmes, such as those offered by the Centre in Virtual Environments, Imaging and Visualisation (VEIV); the Centre in Urban Sustainability and Resilience (USAR); and the UCL Energy Institute.