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University of Twente, BSc, Civil Engineering

 Netherlands

 

Study mode Start date Duration Fee international Fee study period Year of study
Full-time Sep years: 3 €8750 Academic year 2017
There is a lot of demand for civil engineers who have graduated from Twente. This is mainly thanks to the solid and unique combination of engineering and management. The curriculum focuses a lot on the non-engineering aspects that play a role in designing, building and making use of infrastructure. If you are not just interested in detailed construction problems, but you want to work in Civil Engineering from a broader perspective, then Twente is the place for you.

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The university has a main campus in the east of the Netherlands, midway between the cities of Enschede and Hengelo. All departments are situated on the main campus apart from the Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation in Hengelo. Most international students arrive in the Netherlands via Amsterdam Airport and then take a bus to get to the campus.