Royal Indian Engineering College
The Royal Indian Engineering College (RIEC) was established at Cooper's Hill, Surrey, England in 1870 to train civil engineers for the Indian Public Works Department. From 1885 it also encapsulated an Indian Forestry training school. It closed in 1906. The site is now part of Brunel University.
- Entrance requirements c 1872 Indian Civil Engineering College, page 164 Index Scholasticus: Sons and daughters. A guide to parents in the choice of educational institutions, preparatory to professional or other occupation of their children by R. Kemp Philp 1872 Archive.org
- Royal Indian Engineering College Web page of Shoreditch College displaying various weblinks about the RIEC.