Study Civil Engineering & Construction in Ireland

Study Civil Engineering & Construction in Ireland

Studying Civil Engineering & Construction

Civil engineering deals with the design and development process in the built environment building infrastructure such as bridges, roads, dams or buildings. A civil engineer gets involved in the whole construction process, from development to evaluation and also develops a maintenance system of the construction project.

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Studying in Ireland

From literature to landscape, from innovation to internationalisation, Ireland offers a lot of opportunities in education and research… and the warmest of welcomes from the world’s friendliest nation!

12 Civil Engineering & Construction Master's degrees in Ireland

M.Eng. Civil Engineering

The ME in Civil Engineering at NUI Galway is a 60 ECTS full-time taught Masters programme, starting in September and running until early June of the following year. The programme sits at Level 9 in the Irish qualifications system and has been designed to meet the educational requirements necessary for progression to Chartered Engineer status with Engineers Ireland.

Master EngSc Structural Engineering

The EngSc in Structural Engineering programme from University College Dublin is suitable for students expecting to graduate with an Honours Degree in Engineering, or those already in employment, who wish to specialise in the area of Structural Engineering.

UCD School of Civil Engineering
M.Eng. Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering from University College Dublin prepares graduates to work as professional engineers in the broad field of environmental protection and management. You can chose a specialisation either in civil, structural or environmental engineering and as such the range of module options are extensive.

UCD School of Civil Engineering
Master Regional and Urban Planning

The Master of Regional and Urban Planning from University College Dublin is a two-year professional planning degree, which will provide you with the first steps to becoming a professional chartered planner.

University College Dublin-School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Policy
M.Sc. Applied Construction Cost Management

This exciting new full-time programme has been designed to provide an opportunity for quantity surveying graduates to become educated in specialised areas of their profession that are not generally covered in great detail in their undergraduate degrees.

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Postgraduate Diploma Applied Building Repair and Conservation

The M.Sc. in Applied Social Research is a taught Masters programme which can be completed on a one year, full-time or two year, part-time basis. It is designed for graduates in the social sciences who want to develop their research skills and gain employment in the area of research.

School of Engineering
M.Sc. Quantity Surveying

This part-time programme provides an opportunity for non-quantity surveying graduates to become educated for a career in the construction industry in quantity surveying/construction economics in Ireland and abroad.

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