Our accredited BSc, BEng, MEng and MArch courses provide you with an education you can be proud of.
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 £16,000 and £25,000.
Find out about the educational steps you'll take to become an architect and how the course at Bath varies from other institutions.
Cross-discipline project work prepares our students for the professional team relationships they will experience in their careers.
Find out about what MSc and other taught postgraduate courses we offer in the Department.
Find out more about our PhD programme and how you can apply.
Find out about the latest funded and self-funded PhD projects, scholarships and studentships available in our Department.
You can study at Bath for a Master of Architecture (Part 2) and Postgraduate Certificate in Architectural Practice (Part 3) as an architectural apprentice.
A flexible route that allows qualified architects or engineering professionals to study for a PhD while working part-time.
For their first project at university, architecture and civil engineering students Isobel, Greg and Arun, designed and built a cantilever structure.
The 2019 Basil Spence winning design looked to foster a relationship between industry and community at Filton in Bristol.
Justin Bean’s RIBA Bronze Medal winning design for a hotel built around an electrical substation, aims to explore our complex relationship with technology.
Michael Lewis' award winning thesis reinvents Porto’s industrial heritage by embracing traditional Portuguese architecture and sustainable technologies.
Three civil engineering students’ award-winning design encourages a shift to water-based and renewable living in Bangladesh.
Climate change, innovative and holistic design, and historical interpretation are the fundamental drivers of our collaborative research.
We’ve developed assessment and strengthening techniques for ageing concrete bridges and structures. Our guidance is used by consulting engineers worldwide.
Our researchers have found a way to produce downloadable localised weather data that will accurately predict how hot the UK could be in 2080.
A moving chamber equipped with virtual reality projection will aid study of people’s reactions to different buildings, including swaying skyscrapers and bridges
PhD student, Russell Arnott is researching phytoplankton in turbulent environments. He tells us about his work and the importance of understanding our oceans.
We have received the Athena SWAN Silver Award for our commitment to gender equality and inclusivity.