M.Sc. in Natural Hazards and Risks in Structural Engineering (Germany) Deadline: July 15, 2019

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Application Deadline

July 15, 2019

Program Commencement

October 01, 2019

Duration of the Program

4 Semesters

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Program Details

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar is a small and very international university with a highly distinctive spectrum of subjects. Situated in the historic city of Weimar, Germany, it originated from two progressive institutions: The Weimar Saxon-Grand Ducal Art School and the “Staatliches Bauhaus”. 

The Master’s degree program “Natural Hazards and Risks in Structural Engineering” is an intensive and application-based, advanced course of study. The program is intensively supervised and research-oriented. It provides students with a solid technical basis in the key areas of structural engineering through a coherent and coordinated programme, integrating research and practical applications. The program enables students to acquire excellence in oral and written skills. By providing students with advanced scientific and interdisciplinary knowledge, they are able to take on demanding engineering tasks in the areas of planning, construction and realisation of structures under specific conditions. They are also able to carry out site- or structure-specific risk analysis using modern tools to estimate the threat of natural hazards.

In addition to strengthening their theoretical and scientific competence, students develop skills in modelling, simulation and application of performance-based design, fieldwork and laboratory investigations.

Click here for detailed course outline.

There are NO tuition fees for the program.

Eligibility/ Requirements

Academic Requirements:
 
The minimum qualification of admission to this program is a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, an equivalent university degree, a degree from a college of public administration, or a degree from a government or accredited professional school. The examination committee ensures that the candidate’s prior degree is equivalent to that of the Bachelor’s program in civil engineering. If not, the committee may attach additional conditions for admission, which the candidate must meet.
The final grade for the first professionally qualifying degree should generally be 2.5 or better.
 
Language Requirements:
 
Candidates must provide proof of English language proficiency equivalent to level B2 (CEFR) by submitting either:
  1. proof of English proficiency as a native speaker: certificate of higher education entrance qualification or first-level professional qualification (i.e. undergraduate degree) from an English-speaking country, or
  2. proof of English proficiency at level B2 (CEFR), certified by one of the internationally recognised certificates (TOEFL :Internet 79, computer 213, paper 550, or Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English: Grade C or IELTS: band 6.0),
  3. or another equivalent certificate.
 

Application Process

Submit your applications via uni-assist with the following documents (Please see here for detailed instructions)

  • A completed Application Form for Admission to Studies.
  • An up-to-date curriculum vitae, including all information up to the time of application.
  • A legally certified copy of your upper/higher secondary school diploma or leaving certificate.
  • A legally certified copy of your Bachelor’s degree certificate. If your original document was not issued in English or German language, please provide in addition to it a legally certified English or German translation.
  • A legally certified copy of your credit/mark sheets showing clearly subjects taken and grades earned during your Bachelor’s studies. If your original credit/mark sheets were not issued in English or German language, please provide in addition to them a legally certified English or German translations.
  • Proof of English language proficiency.

All photocopies of documents that need to be included with your application must be legally certified.

Please read the guidelines thoroughly before applying, and send the application documents to:

Bauhaus-University Weimar
Department of Study and Education
NHRE
c/o Johanna Theuerkauf
Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 15
99421 Weimar
GERMANY.

 

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