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Civils courses beat the decline

Civil engineering appears to have bucked the trend of declining university courses, according to a report by the University and College Union.

The study revealed that more than one in four university courses has been axed since 2006, but the number of civil engineering courses offered by UK universities has increased slightly over that period, from 71 to 73.

However, the number of civil engineering courses being offered year is down on 2010, when there were 77 courses in the UK.

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