Who can apply
The Master in Civil Engineering is especially directed for candidates with a solid formation in mathematics and physics and an orientation for technological areas. An accurate training in areas of drawing and computation can also improve the integration into the course.
The main professional market for Masters in Civil Engineering at the public level comprises building and bridge construction, road and railway networks, hydropower and water infrastructures. In the private sector the main market is building construction, industrial systems and various infrastructures.
The final year of the course provides seven main areas of specialization: Building, Structures, Geotechnics, Hydraulics, Materials and Construction Processes, Territory Planning and Environment and Transport Infrastructures.
Tuition Fees: 999¤
Numerus Clausus: 165
Department of Civil Engineering
T: 22 508 1901
Fax: 22 508 1446
|Type of course/cycle of study:||Integrated Master|