Study first year at Amity University’s Noida campus in India and a further 2 years at University of Birmingham in the UK and gain an undergraduate Dual Degree BEng in:
How to join the 1+2 programme
The first year of the programme will be held at Amity University. The start date is July 2015. Amity entry requirements and fees will apply.
Upon successful completion of the first year at Amity, students will study the second and third years of the programme will be held at University of Birmingham.
The start date will be in September (i.e., September 2016 for students starting their first year at Amity in July 2015) and international student fees will apply, subject to a 20% discount.
- Fees (Band B laboratory) 20% discount.
- Entry requirements and module breakdown are in the course profiles below:
The degree courses:
What our students say
Janvi Shah, Civil Engineering.
"My Name is Janvi Shah and I studied MSc in Geotechnical Engineering and Construction Management, following which I worked for duration of two years in a reputed organisation putting my subject knowledge to practice.
However, my keen interest to pursue a PhD and my time at the University of Birmingham motivated me to apply in the same University.
Currently I am completing my first year of PhD in Civil Engineering, I strongly feel University of Birmingham is not only a reputable institute to be a part of, but also provides a dynamic atmosphere for international students to study and integrate with other students from all over the world.
Apart from exceptional academic staff with good subject knowledge and impressive facilities, the University offers a unique student friendly atmosphere which is both supportive and motivational where one can feel free to discuss their subjects, difficulties and smooth their learning curve in a supportive and motivational environment.
There are several Indian communities in the University which celebrate various cultural occasions and provide a platform to stay connected to fellow Indians and traditions, giving us an atmosphere of being at home away from the home."
"Often students think that London is the place to be but Birmingham is no less equal to it.
Birmingham is a beautiful city and the University Birmingham is one of the few universities who have their own very large and beautiful purpose built campus. This is also the only university having its own train station making commuting to and from the university very easy. The campus features traditional style building, learning centre for you to have group study sessions, coffee places including Starbucks and a very vibrant and huge library offering extended hours during exam times.
The University of Birmingham, being part of the Russell Group (similar to the Ivy League in the US) enjoys a high ranking and offers majors in diverse fields.
The University of Birmingham offers outstanding education facilities as well as opportunities for extra-curricular activities for everyone.
Birmingham being second largest city of UK is growing with businesses moving in, hence offers a lot of job opportunities for graduates. I am proud to have graduated from the University of Birmingham and will miss it."
Careers and job opportunities
There is a great demand for trained engineers within the UK and throughout the world. Armed with a good degree from a world-renowned university like Birmingham our graduates have the opportunity to get involved with exciting projects close to home or further away!
The employability of each programme can be accessed below:
The University of Birmingham really pushes students to integrate and work within teams, a skill highly appreciated within the engineering field.
Mohammed Al-sharif 3rd Year Civil Engineering