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Master's Degree Course in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Sede di Ingegneria


On-line lectures: click here to check out the lecture calendar (update of 17/3/2020)



(update of 03/03/2020)

In reference to the Coronavirus break-out, the  study course programs Coordinators of the Engineering macro area at the University of Brescia communicate that, in case classes will not resume next week, as currently decreed by the competent authorities till February 29, second semester classes may be extended for two additional weeks. In such event, a consequent adjustment of the summer exam session will follow.

In case the suspension will continue beyond March 9, all teaching activities (lessons, exercises, laboratories, ...) will be provided, to the extent possible with the use of e-learning tools.

Lecturers  may anticipate the use of e-learning tools, as already occurring, upon due communication to all enrolled students registered to their class through official communication channels (institutional e-mail, moodle).

Further clarifications will be provided as soon as possible.

  • To have sound training in advanced subjects matters in the field of civil and environmental engineering, in the designing of energy-efficient, earthquake-proof and hydrogeologically safe buildings, in the organisation and management of the environment and territory and in environmental impact assessments.
  • To have the oppportunity to attend a Master's Degree Course in Italy offering courses taught in English, that deal with topics from an international perspective.
  • To have the opportunity to share the University experience with teaching staff and students from different countries of the world.
  • To broaden your career prospects in a rapidly evolving world, with professional activities having more and more of an international standing.


"It is so good to see the enthusiasm of students, both Italian and foreigner ones, when they open themselves up to an international experience that very often starts as an additional educational opportunity to then evolve into a work experience abroad. We are not looking to facilitate the "brain drain", rather to reinforce the international prestige of our students, who are the keys to this project and who will become the leading people of our country."

Maurizio Tira, Rector of Università degli Studi di Brescia