Institution of Civil Engineers

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Transport
Health & Safety
Environment
What is civil engineering?
Water
Maritime
Geospatial Engineering
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Energy
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Professional development
Tunnelling
What do civil
engineers do?
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Support life
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Shelter people
from harm and make us safe
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Help us to get from
A to B
The Heart of Love River Bridge in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
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Help us to make
the best of our resources
Hoover Dam, Nevada, USA. Photographer: Victoria Rae
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Save our past
and protect our future
Highcliffe Castle, Dorset
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The Gherkin building, London
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What about you?
Could you rise to
the challenge?
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How can I get into
civil engineering?
Elena Rinaldi, ICE Membership development officer with students of the Imperial College, London
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An apprenticeship
in civil engineering lets you
work and learn as you go
Bethany Wilson, Transport Planning Technician, CH2M HILL
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Or do a course
to study civil engineering – e.g. HNC, HND,
Foundation Degree, BEng, BSc, MEng or MSc
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What subjects
do I need?
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For an apprenticeship
subjects vary but GCSE Maths, Science,
D&T and English would be a good base
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For a degree
You’ll need A level Maths and Physics or a BTEC
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Civil Engineering
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Where
could I study?
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There are lots of civil
engineering courses and apprenticeships
in the UK and abroad
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Where
could I work?
Construction of Sydney harbour bridge, 1924
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Civil engineers work
in design offices and on construction sites
Andrew O’Mahony, B&S Inspector, London Underground
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Railroad worker on the railway bridge
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As populations grow
civil engineers help to build
a better world for us all
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Natural disasters
like earthquakes mean we need civil engineers
for major international reconstruction projects
Cancun Caribbean houses after hurricane
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Could
I work abroad?
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UK civil engineers
are in demand at home and abroad, in developed
countries and in fast-growing developing countries
China Central TV Headquarters
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© Arup
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Who else
would I
work with?
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Civil engineers
work with architects, designers, conservationists,
surveyors, planners and a range of other people
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What
should I
do next?
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Find out more
ice.org.uk/education
tomorrowsengineers.org.uk
[email protected]
Civil engineers – shaping the world
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