Civil Engineering

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: N/A
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: €50
Intakes: August 26, January 13, May 27
International tuition: €15,500
Domestic tuition: €15,500

Program overview

In addition to availing themselves of numerous opportunities with engineering firms, Civil Engineers can and do land jobs with various government agencies, consulting firms, and construction companies. Civil Engineers often lead or participate in projects revolving around foundation analysis, building and structural inspection, surveying, geomatics, and municipal planning.

Study options

This program can be done
On campus



You will need to submit the last three years of your secondary school records along with your completed undergraduate application. If your school records are in a language other than English, you will also need to include a certified translation. Common secondary education certificates that AUM accepts are: - American style high school diploma or certificate. - AP program. - British System combination of: 1. GCSE/IGSCE "O" Levels: five subject exams with grades of A, B, C or D, and 2. A/S or A Levels: three subject exams with grades of A, B, C or D - Maltese System combination of: 1. Matriculation Certificate, and 2. Secondary Education Certificate (SEC) examinations in English language, Maltese and Mathematics*, and 3. A/S or A Levels: three subjects exams with grades of A, B, C or D - IB certificate - Other school leaving certificate. AUM classes are taught in English and, as such, AUM requires demonstrated proficiency in the language. IELTS - Minimum of 6.5 for Engineering degrees and 6.0 for Business and Art degrees. TOEFL - AUM accepts the following minimum TOEFL scores: PBT 550 or above iBT 79-80 or above CBT 213 or above. In order to get to know you and your personal and academic goals better, we will arrange an admissions interview after our admissions team has reviewed your application.

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