Faculty of Science & Technology: School of Engineering

Graduates are equipped with solid scientific knowledge of modern civil engineering design and the skills to create physical and social environments for the 21st Century.

There is a shortage of skilled Civil Engineers in South Africa, and it has a widespread effect not only nationally but also within the African continent at large, affecting the countries ability to function in the globalised business environment and economy. The Faculty of Science & Technology’s School of Engineering will prepare graduates with this in-demand degree, making them sought after by potential employers. Graduates will be well-prepared to enter the industry upon graduating.

Unlike traditional engineering programmes, the IIE Bachelor of Engineering programme will expose students to the role of engineering in the real world as early as the first year of the programme. The qualification ensures that students are equipped with first-hand experience of the value that engineering adds to improving the quality of lives in local communities.

Please note, not all programmes are available on all IIE Varsity College campuses. To find out if your programme of interest is available, contact the campus directly.