Welcome to the BSc. Civil Engineering

Civil Engineers design, build and maintain (and decommission where appropriate) everything from transport infrastructure to power stations, from oil refineries to renewable energy schemes, hospitals, stadiums and much more. Civil Engineers also design water supply and effluent treatment systems and flood protection and environmental protection schemes and help keep our infrastructure working effectively by adapting to challenges like population growth or climate change.

At NEU, you will be taught by leading Civil Engineering experts whose research covers areas such as environmental and industrial fluid mechanics, soil mechanics, structural mechanics and transport studies. Our teaching is supported by our excellent workshop and laboratories, with state-of-the-art equipment, including some of Middle East very best hydraulic equipment.

Recent graduate job roles have included:

Graduate Civil and Structural Engineer, Graduate Design Coordinator, Structural Engineer, Bridge Engineer, Site Engineer, Graduate Transport Engineer


English Language Requirement

Near East University will accept, for the purposes of meeting the English proficiency requirement, English taken in 12 year education or English is designated as the primary and official language, and the principle language of instruction.

If you do not meet the English language requirements yet, you can achieve the level you need by successfully completing a pre-sessional English programme with the university or submit  

  • English language proficiency at a minimum of IELTS band 6.5 (or equivalent) or PTE Score or Duolingo English Test score before you start your course.

Admission Requirements

We’ve simplified the admission process to help you get started quickly and easily. You can find all requirements for admission to Near East University below

1. WASSCE/A level Certficate (Elective Maths, Physics, Chemistry)

2. School Transcript

3. Passport

4. Recommendation Letter


Fall, 2025

From January, 2025 to January, 2025


Summer, 2025

From January, 2025 to April, 2025


Spring, 2025

From January, 2025 to January, 2025


Fall, 2024

From January, 2024 to July, 2024