Students of Civil Engineering are people with excellent academic skills and able to develop a high level of work as the curriculum requires. Furthermore, they should have an integral education and values such as justice, responsibility, respect, equity, coherence and solidarity.
Interests: scientific, humanistic, engineering, architecture.
- Ability to solve mathematics and physics problems
- Ability to identify and solve problems
- Ability to communicate graphically, orally and written
- Willingness to teamwork
- Knowledge of the problems of society and desire to serve society
- Ability to handle difficult situations and adapt to changes
“From my point of view, the Bologna Process means more than a simple change in the length of degrees. This process aims to assess students continuously and to promote companionship, coexistence and group study. There is a wonderful atmosphere on the UCAM Campus, in the library and during the trips with the professors.
“The new”, as they call us at the School of Civil Engineering at the UCAM, we are like a small family, we work and study together for every subject. I would like to emphasize that the professors are also making an effort so that this change can be carried out successfully.
I’ve been at this University for one year and a half and, without any doubt, my experience is very positive. In Civil Engineering we are in touch with our future job; the internships in the last year will be very useful to get familiar with practical engineering. We can’t forget the ideal academic and humanistic background for our future.”
Ana Martínez Rodríguez
Student of the 2nd year in Civil Engineering