|MODE:||full-time, part-time and mobile studies|
|DURATION OF STUDY:||4 years (8 semesters)|
|LANGUAGE:||Polish or English|
|Fees (EUR)||Polish studies||English studies for EU*||English studies for non-EU|
|Citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia,Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,Georgia , Ukraine as well as all South American countries are subject to the same fees as EU citizens|
Civil Engineering will allow you to earn a degree in engineering within organization and management as well as optimization of individual elements of the construction process. You will gain, among others, computer science education necessary to work with modern tools and IT software in all areas of civil engineering, and knowledge on materials and construction products and technologies of building and facilities construction. You will learn a foreign language at the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages developed by the Council of Europe and you will gain competence in specialist civil engineering language.
A graduate will obtain qualifications in the area of:
- designing and construction of building facilities and engineering structures (buildings, roads, bridges, reservoirs, underground structures) in different technologies;
- human resource management;
- monitoring and managing the building process as well as maintenance, operation and recovery of the building stock.
Practice is an integral part of the study program. It will be carried out in the dimension defined by the plan of study and it is subject to credit. Each student of full-time studies is obliged to complete it according to the plan of studies, after the second and fourth semester, in the scope of:
- geodetic measurement – 25 hours (one week),
- basics of geology – 25 hours (one week),
- geotechnics – 25 hours (one week).
The whole teaching process related to the realization of practice will be supervised by a practice coordinator. Fieldwork will be organized for measurement teams of 4-6 students. Students obtain a credit on the basis of a technical report prepared by the team and after their knowledge has been tested by the coordinator. Fieldwork is evaluated in accordance with the grading scale adopted by the university. In the part-time system of study one assembly (16 hours) is equivalent to one week of classes (25 hours) of full-time studies.
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