The Master’s Programme in Building Technology is a two year-programme (120 ECTS) that offers students comprehensive academic and professional knowledge of different disciplines within civil and structural engineering.

The programme deals with the design, construction, use, and maintenance of civil engineering structures, such as buildings and bridges. With its four main themes – structural engineering, building performance, construction management, and production and maintenance – the programme provides students with knowledge and skills essential to their future careers in industry, research, education or authority.

These pages include all relevant information regarding the curriculum, planning of your studies, graduation and other study related issues for the students in the programme.

Please see the Department of Civil Engineering for more information on cooperation with industry and partners in the field of building technology.



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