Reasons to Choose

The practical part is one of the most important reasons to study Civil Engineering at the UCAM. The students take internships not only in laboratories, but also they have got many practical lessons and technical visits to public works under construction, hydraulic works (canals, dams), airport works, ground infrastructure (roads, rails, trams), civil works (structures, car parks), town planning (residential areas), urban mobility (traffic centers), etc. which perfectly complement their theoretical training.

 

Career Opportunities

The areas of activity of a civil engineer are very different and diverse. Civil engineers can work as a:

  • Self-employed (Sole proprietorship or partnership)

Employed:

Public sector:

  • Town Halls
  • Councils
  • Spanish Autonomous Communities
  • Self-governing bodies
  • Central Administration
  • State teaching institutions (Vocational Education and Training, and University)
  • Public and semi public companies

Private sector:

  • Companies of all types, mainly construction companies and related industries
  • Private teaching institutions (Vocational Education and Training, and University)