Course code: #BHENGINE4CIV
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The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil) at the University of Sydney will develop your comprehensive ability to plan, design and test structures within built and natural environments.
A suite of embedded professional skills will equip you to contribute to the infrastructure that improves lives in Australia and worldwide.
As a civil engineering student, you will learn from leading experts about how to manage the design and construction of crucial modern infrastructure, including buildings, roads, transport and railways, bridges, tunnels, dams and ports, as well as systems for managing water, irrigation, sewage and floodwaters.
Complementing this technical knowledge will be a range of professional skills in management, finance and problem-solving.
Throughout this four-year degree, you will study a series of core units as you master civil engineering foundations before specialising in an optional major.
In your second year, a surveying camp will allow you to develop your technical skills in a practical, team-based environment.
In your fourth year, you will undertake further specialised civil engineering subjects and complete an embedded honours thesis.
It enables you to design a research project in an area that interests you.
All students in the Bachelor Engineering Honours undertake enhanced foundation studies in data and computation and a sequence of real-world project units throughout their degree, enabling them to apply technical knowledge in practice.
As part of your degree, you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.
The specialisations available in this degree are:
|Cost of living||1 person||$9,036|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$9,408|
Students will study for 36, 25, 15, 10 or 5 teaching weeks.
All courses involve 20 hours of classes per week.
|Current IELTS & Target IELTS||6||6.5||7||7.5|
|5||36 weeks||36 weeks||36 weeks||36 weeks|
|5.5||10 or 15 weeks||25 weeks||36 weeks||36 weeks|
|6||5 weeks||10 or 15 weeks||25 weeks||36 weeks|
|6.5||5 weeks||5 weeks||10 or 15 weeks||25 weeks|
|7||5 weeks||5 weeks||10 or 15 weeks|
|7.5||5 weeks||5 weeks|
HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Physics.
This course has an integrated Honours program, with all students undertaking a research thesis in the final year.
China – Gaokao: 70%
India – CBSE: 14.5
Indian School Certificate: 88
India - HSSC 6 states: 85
If you attempt engineering without this prior knowledge of Mathematics, you may experience difficulty, so you are strongly advised to undertake an appropriate bridging course.
You study Academic English Skills and 4 academic subjects each semester.
Once enrolled on the University of Sydney Foundation Program, you will receive a conditional offer to a degree at the University of Sydney.
All students must study English A and English B during the Foundation Program.
If your degree at the University of Sydney has a prerequisite for mathematics, you must study Mathematics during the Foundation Program.
Keeping in mind the subjects recommended to you, you are welcome to choose your elective subjects.
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