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How long you will study
Domestic course fees
SEK 65000 per semester
How you will study
International course fees
SEK 65000 per semester
Today, numerous challenging and exciting buildings are being designed and constructed in our society. Examples of such are tall and slender buildings or structures with long spans. Most likely this trend will further develop, and in parallel, new and increasing demands regarding long term sustainability will be put on the built environment. To be professionally successful in the future, structural engineers need to develop thorough understanding of the possibilities and limitations of different materials and also possess knowledge with respect to building elements and structural load bearing systems. Within the framework of the program you are intellectually challenged by advanced theories of analysis, but also by more practical applications. You will be one of those who will be able to develop future principles for sustainable structural engineering.
General entry requirements for second-cycle studies and specific entry requirements: Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Architectural Engineering or the equivalent. This degree must include a minimum of 7.5 credits in Structural Mechanics or Mechanics of Materials as well as mathematics corresponding to the courses Calculus 1 (7.5 credits) and Vector geometry/Linear algebra (7.5 credits) or the equivalent. English B/6 or the equivalent.
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