Structural Engineer MSc

Faculty of Civil Engineering (ÉMK)

The Faculty offers an MSc programme in Structural Engineering with a duration of 1.5 years. The MSc programme has three specializations: Specialization in Numerical Modelling, Specialization in Structures, and Specialization in Geotechnics and Geology. Specialization in Numerical Modelling provides advanced knowledge of structural analysis using contemporary computer techniques, including the theoretical background of the methods. Specialization in Structures provides thorough knowledge in structural design, skills enabling to carry out independent project coordination and to execute special design, construction and development procedures.

Qualification MSc in Structural engineering

Language English

Start September and February

Pre-evaluation of the submitted documents: quality of BSc diploma, BSc transcript, obtained credits in the field of structural engineering, additional evaluated aspects: quality of motivation letter, extra-curricular activities (e.g. involvement in education, research, publication activities, technical contests, additional language skills, etc.) if required: electronic written admission test and/or electronic interview.

You can study at BME with a scholarship or as a self-funded student, by paying tuition fees. Various scholarships help you cover tuition fees and your living expenses during your studies. Successful PhD students may receive additional support from research grants.

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Graduated Structural engineers are able to independently carry out the technical development, research, management and project management tasks related to structural engineering facilities, as well as to design and specialize in complex and special engineering facilities.

Obligatory core subjects

Fundamental sciences

Mathematics, Physics, Numerical Methods

11 credits
Structural Engineering sciences

Based on specialisations

18 credits
Economic sciences, management, human sciences

Decision Supporting Methods, Accounting, Controlling, Taxation, Corporate Finance, Engineering Ethics

8 credits

Advanced Structural Engineering Skills (Specialization)

Specialization in Structures in Nuclear Power Plants
26 credits
Specialization in Structures
28 credits
Specialization in Numerical Modeling
28 credits
Specialization in Geotechnics and Geology
28 credits

Optional subjects

Optional subjects
5 credits

Master Thesis

Master Thesis Project
20 Credits

Career options

Graduated students have gained knowledge to plan, construct, maintain, operate, solve business and professional authority tasks in the field of the civil engineering profession, especially in structural engineering tasks. They can apply the analytical and numerical procedures of static and dynamic analysis of structures, the procedures, models, and information technology tools used in the design, construction and operation of supporting structures and are able to develop them. They are able to recognize and understand problems arising in the field of structural construction, formulate expert opinions, and develop solution strategies. They are able to coordinate and manage construction, maintenance, operation, business and professional authority tasks in the field of structural engineering.

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