UCL Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering


Your future. Mastered.

UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering launches three new programmes

Are you ready to become a leader in sustainable design, engineering, and the built environment?

UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering is home to dynamic and enquiring research projects, groups and centres. 

From human rights to the climate crisis, people are at the centre of what we do, and our programmes will help you to design sustainable solutions that make tangible differences in your community. 

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Explore our new postgraduate programmes

Our three new programmes demonstrate our dynamism and breadth of teaching, each degree is designed to address the issues of today and tomorrow, to make the world a better place. The ethical imperative to innovate the built environment and improve urban experiences is the bedrock of our three new Master's degree programmes.

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Fire Safe Design MArch

For students with an architectural background wanting specialist knowledge and skills to integrate fire safety as a design variable in the creation of complex buildings.

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Infrastructure Systems MSc

For students from socio-technical or infrastructure backgrounds wanting specialist knowledge and skills to operate, adapt, and design in a volatile, uncertain world.

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Transport and Mobility Systems MSc

For the next generation of transport and mobility leaders wanting specialist knowledge and skills to design systems that are resilient, sustainable, and accessible. 

What our students say

I really enjoyed the real world experiences and doing projects and reports. I've also enjoyed working with the other members of my course. I think everyone is interested in the same thing and it's the type of topic you can get passionate about and everyone shares that common interest. (Madeleine, Environmental Systems Engineering MSc).
One of the things I've enjoyed the most at UCL is the opportunity to interact with my professors and lecturers. They have helped me a lot in my studies and provided me with lots of guidance throughout my stay in the UK. (Roy, Geospatial Sciences MSc).
My supervisor is like a mentor, so they help you with not just the course but also mentor you for your job applications and other things, which is quite good. (Pratibha, Geospatial Sciences MSc).


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