MSc in Environmental Science Engineering 

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FACULTY

Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering

STUDY PROGRAMME

Environmental Engineering

QUALIFICATION

MSc in Environmental Engineering

LEVEL

MSc

DURATION

4 semesters

TEACHING MODE

on-site / blended

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

English (IELTS 6.0 or equivalent)

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

BSc or BEng degree (minimum 6 semesters) in Environmental engineering or Environmental sciences, or in Earth Sciences, Geology, Earth Sciences engineering, Mining engineering

ECTS CREDITS TO COLLECT

120

TUITION FEE

3500 EUR/semester

OTHER FEES

150 EUR application fee

LECTURE, SEMINAR - PRACTICE

60  %.  -    40 %

SHORT DESCRIPTION: The aim of this program is to train environmental engineers with up-to-date knowledge in natural sciences, earth sciences and engineering, economics and management. One specialisation focuses to identify and evaluate potential environmental hazards and of prevent or reduce the impact and risk of environmental threats, as well as manage the damage control projects. The other specialisation trains professionals for circular economy, focusing on recycling technologies and processes.

SPECIALIZATIONS: Remediation and environmental geotechnics, Waste management

CAREER PROSPECTS: Environmental engineers from Remediation and environmental geotechnics specialisation will be able to work out at advanced level technical solutions and apply them to prevent contamination of the environment. Thy are trained in contaminated site remediation, and risk assessment, planning and operating monitoring systems, carrying out impact assessments and environmental protection reviews and producing impact studies. Graduates of Waste management specialisation will be capable of design and operating waste management and treatment systems, planning and implementing tasks related to waste treatment and disposal, design landfills and waste recycling facilities.

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