Engineering & The Built Environment


What is engineering? 
Engineers constantly strive to change the world as we know it. They envision and create efficient fixes through working with other like-minded individuals to better our lives and well-being.

Obtain a Dual Engineering Degree from UK & Malaysia
Our Faculty of Engineering places an emphasis on fostering an environment where students and teachers from Malaysia are allowed to interact with our partnering universities worldwide relatively fuss-free. Aspiring engineers will have access to ply their trade in advanced labs and workshops with indispensable tools to help hone their skills. Our programmes are taught through the application of methodologies and top of the line engineering facilities.

Engineering Courses in Malaysia
At SEGi, we offer a comprehensive range of engineering disciplines from Foundation and Diploma to Bachelors and Master’s degrees in electrical and electronic engineering, chemical engineering and mechanical engineering. Our students often go on to tell many success stories while the faculty holds with great pride the achievement of more than 200 students who have achieved First Class Honours in engineering from top universities abroad.

Built environment refers to manufactured construction and infrastructure. This encompasses everything from houses to entire cityscapes, and even man-made outdoor settings. Its characteristics provide the fundamentals for human life, which is imperative to the well-being of all - a balancing act that is equal parts challenging and adaptive to change.

Built environment is made up of several fields such as construction, project management, architecture, environmental design and planning. Be exposed to industrial, professional and consultancy roles as you unravel the relationship between individuals, districts and organisations that populate them, ensuring that fulfilling careers are awaiting in abundance.

We offer cutting-edge programmes in the field of Construction Management, Environmental Technology and Civil Engineering.

Engineers make a world of difference
Imagine having both the passion to make a difference in the world and technical expertise to achieve it - that’s what engineering is all about.

  • Engineers are at the centre of innovation, from increasing a person’s life expectancy and quality of life to creating and improving the communication systems that keep us all connected.
  • An engineer’s work drives our economy and many experts believe that Malaysia needs to produce more engineers in order to stay competitive in the global marketplace and meet future demand.
  • Engineering is a versatile degree which teaches effective problem-solving and critical thinking skills. More than half of engineering degree graduates go on to work in other areas like medicine, law, investment banking and consulting.

Engineering is a versatile career
No other career comes close to the breadth of engineering. With sectors that range from agriculture, healthcare, entertainment all the way to business, a rewarding career awaits fresh graduates in engineering.

Civil engineering enables our infrastructure to remain a well-oiled machine as engineers constantly strive to fix and upgrade old roads, derelict bridges and tunnels, as well as conceptualise new ones. Architects also plan, but they are more in tune with designing houses and office buildings, while biomedical engineers work on computer programmes, as well as machinery and devices for the healthcare sector.

Upon completion of your engineering course, you can expect to find employment in the following specialisations:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Agricultural & Biosystems
  • Bioengineering & Biomedical
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Materials Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Nuclear Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering


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