Civil Engineering Branch

Civil engineering is essentially the design and construction of the built environment around us, including both public and private sector construction. It is one of the world’s oldest and most widespread professions.

Mechanical Engineering Branch

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest disciplines of engineering, dating back to inventions of ancient times and incorporating aspects of material science and physics to develop and maintain functioning mechanisms. To study to become a mechanical engineer, you would need to study a vast array of technical subjects such as physics, mathematics, chemistry, dynamics, fuels, combustion, materials engineering, fluid mechanics, machine design, instrumentation and measurement, hydraulics, control theory, pneumatics, robotics, mechatronics and more. The field of study has been evolving and adapting to changing technologies since ancient times and will continue to do so as engineers and scientists cooperate to pursue fields such as robotics and nanotechnology.