Civil Engineering involves the planning, design, construction, management, maintenance, and operation of much of the infrastructure that surrounds us and underpins modern civilisation. Examples of such infrastructure includes buildings, roads, bridges, tunnels, dams, towers, pipelines, retaining walls, sewers, wastewater treatment plants, drainage, flood control and water supply. The BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering programme thus develops essential knowledge of engineering principles and enables their application towards the solution of civil engineering problems, with the aim of improving the quality of life of all.
Graduates are expected to be able to progress towards become a professionally qualified civil engineer. Career opportunities are available in a wide range of organisations in the civil engineering and construction sector, including public works, consulting and construction companies, civil aviation, road and transportation authorities, environmental protection authorities. Furthermore, graduates are equipped with fundamental problem-solving and numeracy skills which enable them to adapt to the challenges of working in many other industries, as well as in research and development.
Applicants for admission to the BEng (Hons) programmes must satisfy the following minimum general entry requirements:
Any other acceptable qualifications will be decided on a case-by-case basis, with reference to the programme entry requirements.
In addition to the general requirements above, specific entry requirements for BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering below must also be satisfied:
To apply, click here, click on Undergraduate Programme and register by creating an account
Bruneian Candidates intending to apply for local scholarship need to send an additional application to HECAS. The application deadline is normally near the end of February.
International candidates intending to apply for Brunei Government scholarship need to send an additional application to Brunei Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The application deadline is normally near the end of February.
Undergraduate fees can be found here.