The MSc programme in Civil Engineering aims to train and educate engineers who are able to solve complex problems in a creative way.
The master's degree in Civil Engineering is a continuation and extension of a bachelor's degree. The training centres on projects that render the living environment safe, accessible and liveable. You learn to design and build buildings, like bridges, tunnels, skyscrapers, motorways, water purification installations, ports and rail bridges. You also learn to conduct material research and to manage building processes.
Civil engineering is concerned with the development, design, construction, production and management of the physical infrastructure required to safeguard the safety, health, business activity and sustainability of our society. These facilities are built to provide services such as water management, soil management, urban development, flood protection, drinking water production, waste treatment, transport by water, rail and road, and to perform other functions for the public (such as utilities and offices).
The programme at TU Delft is the oldest Civil Engineering course in the Netherlands. The course has traditionally emphasised the interaction between theory and practice and between research and education. Students and researchers therefore enjoy excellent and extensive laboratory, ICT and library facilities.
Previous educationBSc degree (or equivalent) of a high quality and level. The main subject of the BSc study should match the envisaged TU Delft MSc-programme.
Knowledge minimumSee: www.tudelft.nl/msc
Language requirementsIELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL internet based: 90
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