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05 May 21
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Categories: Civil Engineering, Postgraduate
Are you a civil engineering professional looking to broaden your technical knowledge or deepen your understanding of specialised civil engineering areas? The MSc Civil Engineering course at the University of Bolton is designed to help ambitious individuals like you enjoy professional and personal development.
Putting your personal growth at the heart of our teaching approach, we can help you reach your potential. Here are just some of the ways focused personal development can enhance your civil engineering career.
Work towards self-improvement
Through personal and professional development programmes like our master’s course, you can gain better self-awareness. By reflecting on your own skills, you can get a clear direction for your training, and ultimately this will lead to self-improvement.
Not only does our course help you develop a wider perspective on the issues facing the industry, but it will give you the tools you need to challenge and enrich your own knowledge.
Prepare for a fast-moving industry
Not only is personal development essential in the early stages of your career, but Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is important for all workers in this sector. While engineering skills are in demand and job prospects are plentiful, it’s still essential to continue training and learning if you want to enjoy career success and longevity.
Our course challenges your problem-solving and critical evaluation capabilities, and instils in you the importance of always asking questions and always looking for new ways to do things. For a fast-paced industry where technology is advancing faster than we can keep up with, these skills are extremely valuable to have.
To find out more about enrolling in January 2021, head over to our course page. There’s nowhere better to study if you want growth and career progression. Our course leaders are proud to know their students by name, and not their student number, offering a supportive and friendly environment that’s also flexible.
We rank in the Top 5 in the UK for Teaching Quality (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020), as well as in the Top 50 UK Universities in The Guardian University League Tables 2021. Plus, we have an award-winning student services team to support you during your time on campus.
So enrol in January 2021 to enjoy #UniAsItShouldBe!
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