Take on the challenge of designing and building the world in which we live and work, in a sustainable way that is fit for the future.
Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering
We offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with an interdisciplinary focus. Our research specialises in sustainability within the built environment.
Put your theory into practice with a year-long, paid placement during your engineering degree. You could earn between £14,000 and £25,000.
Cross-discipline project work prepares our students for the professional team relationships they will experience in their careers.
William Arnold, Young Structural Engineering Professional of the Year 2017, reflects on his career in civil engineering and his time studying at Bath.
Our unique four-year degree is consistently ranked as one of the top UK architecture courses in national league tables.
Take the next step towards becoming a qualified architect with our ARB/RIBA accredited degree that integrates practice into the two-year course.
Complete your architecture education with us on our intensive, practice-based RIBA/ARB accredited course.
Find out about the educational steps you'll take to become an architect and how the course at Bath varies from other institutions.
Find out about the benefits of integrating professional practice with academic studies, and how it could make your journey to becoming an architect easier.
Find out about our MSc and PhD courses, funding opportunities and how you can apply.
Find out about the latest funded and self-funded PhD projects, scholarships and studentships available in our Department.
You could study a multidisciplinary PhD with our EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training and research ways to reduce the carbon emissions of our built environment.
A flexible route that allows qualified architects or engineering professionals to study for a PhD while working part-time.
Find out what it's like to study at the University without having to set foot on campus.
The fundamental drivers for our research are climate change, holistic design and historical interpretation.
Professor David Coley talks about a new research project that could improve the living conditions of refugees living in extreme climates.
Soil-based construction materials could provide some of the poorest people in the world with a strong, affordable and environmentally-friendly housing solution.
We have received the Athena SWAN Bronze Award for our commitment to gender equality and inclusivity.