Last Updated on May 6, 2019 by West Highlander
The creation of structures like roads, dams, buildings, canals, bridges, pipelines, railways, sewerage systems, airports, etcetera; all comes under the purview of civil engineering. Being the second oldest discipline, only after military engineering, it accentuates upon structure design formation, construction and prolonging the physical and naturally raised environment. Civil engineering has various sub-disciplines such as coastal engineering, construction engineering, environmental engineering, forensic engineering, structural engineering and so forth. Construction engineering is one discipline that deals primarily with the planning, construction execution and management of infrastructural projects. While Civil engineers undertake designing part, execution part is performed by construction engineers.
The modern society has achieved its present eyeball grabbing look from the persistent and diligent efforts of industrious civil and construction engineers. Some civil engineers work upon creating a 360°modern look while others strive to create a fusion look by assimilating modern with traditional and there are still others who believe in restoration of the historical creations.
Why to study in New Zealand?
New Zealand extends an open heart welcome to the international students and provides them with all the amenities that are available to the citizens of the country. The beautiful country is a remarkable tourist place and provides ample adventure and recreational options to the inhabitants. Apart from this, procedural requirements for attaining study in New Zealand are comparative less than other countries. The language requirements are also minimal. The country has a considerable research base and allows students to involve themselves in innovative and creative practices rather than theory cramming. The living and tuition expenses are also comparatively less in the country. Study in New Zealand is eventually an appreciable option.
Scope and Institutions for Civil and Construction Engineering course in NZ–
Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki – WITT institute is providing a Diploma in Civil Engineering (Level 6) and Graduate Diploma in Engineering – Highways (Level 7). The students aspiring to study abroad in civil programs can opt for this program as the program is effectively designed to make students skilled and competent enough to perform their tasks. The students are also allowed to do internship at best construction industry companies such as Fletcher Construction. The company has three main business units: building and interiors, infrastructure and south pacific and has delivered iconic projects like Auckland Sky Tower, Westpac Stadium at Wellington, etc. On completion of study in New Zealand, students can opt for prospective career in the famed company.
Northtec – The institution provides for Level 6 Diploma in Civil Engineering, and Construction. The degree is recognizable in New Zealand, USA, UK, Korea, Canada, South Africa and others under the Dublin Accord Agreement. For international students, the program will cost $18000 per year. Anyone having a good hand in mathematics and interest in man-constructed world can opt for the program. For study abroad planners, it is a promising option. The courses in civil engineering program include engineering mathematics, land surveying, structures, hydraulics, geotechnical engineering, etc. In construction engineering, there is; material and structural principles, building services, measurement for small, medium and large buildings, cost estimation and planning and so on.
The international students opting for study abroad can gain lucrative employment opportunities in Fletcher building and construction, Fulton Hogan, Mainzeal, and McConnell Dowell. These are a few top construction companies in New Zealand which acquire major construction projects of the country.
Manukau Institute of Technology – The renowned institute offers diploma, graduate as well as Bachelor’s program in Civil engineering, making it one stop for students of varying qualifications. The international students aspiring to study abroad at MIT have the course fee of $22,300. After receiving the degree in civil engineering, students can make a career as an engineering technician, construction manager, design engineers, quantity surveyor in construction sector, etc. The average annual salary of a Civil Engineer in New Zealand is $62,206.
Waikato Institute of Technology – Wintec Institute has proficiency in collaborating theory with practice and producing the best results. The campus has distinguished infrastructure and lively environment which enhances the study experience of the students. This is a good study abroad option in New Zealand.
About West Highlander Study Abroad Consultancy –
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