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Masters Degrees in Structural Engineering in Italy

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Looking for your first degree in Structural Engineering? See all bachelors degrees in Structural Engineering in Italy

Study a Structural Engineering Masters degree in Italy in 2024

Combining different areas of engineering, structural engineers are responsible for the safety, design and efficiency of buildings and structures. They help to determine the strength and durability of structures, as well as their safety and impact on the surrounding environment. As a structural engineer, you will work across several different disciplines, gaining an understanding of the building and construction process from start to finish.

During a masters in Structural Engineering, you will build upon your knowledge and understanding already gained at undergraduate level, taking your skills to the next level. Some examples of modules you may study include:

  • Structural Design and Analysis
  • Civil Engineering Materials
  • Sustainable Engineering Solutions
  • Engineering Geology
  • Advanced Concrete Design

Study in Italy

Home to some of the world's oldest universities, Italy has a long history of providing high quality higher education to both domestic and international students. The country has not only played an integral part of the Bologna Process education reform, it was also one of the four countries that created the European Area of Higher Education. Both of these play an important role in widening the access to higher education across Europe, with international students from all over the world now able to experience an Italian university education, thanks to the country's contributions.

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