City, University of London
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We run subject workshops for Year 12 students which can be delivered at your school or college or at City, University of London. at City, University of London

Civil and Infrastructure Engineering Subject Talk or Workshop - year 12

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Short Session  Delivered online Minimum students: 10

We run subject workshops for Year 12 students which can be delivered at your school or college or at City, University of London.
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Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)

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CIVIL AND INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AT CITY

Studying Civil and Infrastructure Engineering at City gives students the knowledge and skills to design civil and infrastructure engineering facilities that are resilient and sustainable. Students will study structural, geotechnical, and hydraulic engineering, with a focus on digital and data-driven collaborative engineering design for a low-carbon future.

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Our Engineering department run a variety of sessions available for schools and colleges, including talks on what it is like to study Engineering at university and taster lectures to give students a feel for university level study in the subject.

ACTIVITY DETAILS:

We run the following session types:

  • TASTER SESSION: We run interactive taster sessions that introduce students to studying Engineering at university level. Sessions run at City are usually delivered in our Engineering labs, but we can also adapt some of our taster sessions to be delivered in your classroom.
  • WHY STUDY TALK: We can run a session which introduces the subject of civil and infrastructure engineering, what it's like to study this subject at university, and different career paths in this field.

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WHO CAN BOOK THESE EVENTS

  • This event is only for teachers making bookings for their school groups.
  • These workshops are only suitable for year 12 and 13 (pre UCAS deadline) students.
  • Individual students interested in events at City, University of London are encouraged to attend an open day, taster day or book a campus tour. More information can be found here: http://www.city.ac.uk/study/visit-us

 

WHERE THESE SESSIONS TAKE PLACE

  • At your school or college
  • Or at City as part of a visit to our campus

 

HOW TO BOOK US TO VISIT YOUR SCHOOL OR COLLEGE

Sessions typically last 1 hour - 1.5 hours depending on the activity.

Fill in the enquiry form with the following information:

  • Let us know you'd like us to deliver a session at your school/college
  • Let us know if you would like a taster session or why study talk
  • Potential dates & times
  • The number of students
  • The qualifications the student study

 

HOW TO BOOK A VISIT TO CITY

Visits to City including department sessions usually last a half day. We usually include a why study talk, a taster session and a campus tour.

Fill in the enquiry form with the following information:

  • Let us know you'd like to arrange a visit to City
  • Potential dates & times
  • The number of students
  • The qualifications the student study

 

HOW MUCH DO THESE ACTIVITIES COST

  • All of our activities are free!
  • However we unfortunately cannot cover transport or food costs for school groups if you're visiting City's campus. 

 

WHERE IS CITY LOCATED

  • City is based in Central London, so we do not have anywhere for coaches to park.
  • We are located a short walk from Farringdon (Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Circle, Elizabeth, Thameslink and Great Northern lines) and Angel (Northern Line) stations

 

All activities are subject to availability of City staff. Whilst we do our best to accommodate requests, we reserve the right to decline bookings if we do not have capacity to deliver them.

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Available dates
Please contact us to arrange a date.
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Suitable for
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
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