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Categories: Civil Engineering, Postgraduate
Are you a graduate civil engineer looking for self-improvement to take your prospects to the next level? The MSc Civil Engineering course at the University of Bolton is designed to broaden and deepen your technical knowledge of specialised civil engineering areas, building on your existing skills and preparing you for senior management.
Here are just a handful of reasons why Postgraduate study in Civil Engineering courses could be the right pathway for you:
1. You want both personal and professional growth
Our Postgraduate training programme is more than just a way to advance your career. At the University of Bolton, we take a student-first approach to teaching, and this means putting our students, and their needs first. That’s why we’ve been voted No.1 for Student Satisfaction for three years running*, making us a great place to study at master’s level. We treat you as an individual, focusing as much on personal as well as professional development, ensuring you receive a great university experience.
2. You want a flexible way to study
If you’re looking for Civil Engineering courses at a top Manchester university that supports your career growth, look no further. We have flexible programmes that can fit in with your commitments, giving you an opportunity to work and study at the same time. With excellent industry links, many of our students actually apply to study with us full-time, but are later headhunted through work experience projects. If an employer shows interest in you, we will do everything we can to tailor the course to your needs.
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