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Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW

address: Nowoursynowska 166 St.
02-787 Warsaw, Poland
phone: +48 22 59 310 25
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Civil Engineering, Specialization: Engineering Infrastructure


second, MSc


3 semesters



ECTS points



The programme of the studies allows the students to obtain the detailed and advanced knowledge of different aspects related to Civil Engineering. It includes the following subjects: Mathematics, Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity, Timber structures, Complex Concrete Structures, Complex Steel Structures, Advanced Foundations, Hydraulics and Hydrology, Finite Element Method, Transportation Engineering, Geotechnics, Structural Dynamics, Seminar on Civil Engineering, Finite Element Method, Thesis Seminar and others.
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The first edition of studies starting in the academic year 2019/20 is free of charges (no tuition fee) due to co-financing from the POWER Programme ‘Success in Nature’


Recruitment calendar:
Commencement of studies: 1st of October


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Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

education requirements

- diploma of the first-cycle studies (Bachelor's degree or equivalent) in the field of civil engineering;
- diploma of related field of the first cycle studies, for which the effects of education are convergent with the learning outcomes expected of the candidates; if the convergence is incomplete, the student will be obliged to supplement the competence gaps by completing the subjects specified during the interview, in an amount not exceeding 30 ECTS, which is the limit of admissible discrepancy (Candidates permanently living outside Poland, who cannot come personally to interview, will be qualified on the basis of the documentation attached to the Candidate Service System);
- in the case of the number of candidates exceeding the admission limit
– the average grade from first-cycle studies is taken in to account;
- confirmed knowledge of English language;

other requirements

A document confirming the knowledge of English language