Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Master Program (second-cycle studies)

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About the programme

About the programme
Second degree studies practical profile
Form of studies part-time Saturday-Sunday
Duration 1,5 years
Degree Master of Science in Engineering
Language Polish
Academic year 2024/2025

Why is it worth it to study second degree studies in Civil Engineering?

Why is it worth it?

Second degree studies in Civil Engineering at UEM educate professionals who are prepared to supervise construction works, manage the construction production process and are able to identify and solve problems concerning issues of design and construction.

As a student you will learn the principles of modelling, calculating, designing, and constructing selected buildings and their elements. You will gain knowledge of the production and selection of products used in construction. The knowledge and practical skills gained during the second-cycle studies in Civil Engineering at UEM will allow you to apply for unlimited building qualifications.

During studies at UEM you will use well-equipped laboratories and professional tools – without extra fees.



To be able to start second degree studies in CIVIL ENGINEERING, you should meet the following conditions:

required Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering,

available admission for graduates of related disciplines, in particular, Environmental Engineering or Architecture/Architecture and Urban Planning who have gained competences resulting from the graduation of the first-cycle engineering studies if the lack of learning outcomes can be completed within the framework of the curriculum differences of up to 30 ECTS credits (download application),

More information about the admission requirements may be found in the Regulation of admission for the academic year 2023/2024.

Scope of studies

Scope of studies
Studying the Civil Engineering (second-cycle studies) at UEM (WSEiZ), you will gain, among others, practical and theoretical knowledge of:

designing complex structural systems of general, communication and industrial construction using various technologies,

methods and tools for solving problems of modelling, analysis and design of construction objects, technologies, and organisation of construction works,

the application of advanced computer programs supporting modelling and design processes in the construction industry,

application of technology achievements to solve engineering problems in the construction industry (3D+ models in BIM technology),

planning, implementing, and interpreting the results of the experiments and developing detailed documentation of the results of the experiment,

principles, standards, regulations, and guidelines for the design of construction works and their elements, and rules for creating procedures for the quality management of construction projects.

Employment perspectives

Employment perspectives
Civil engineering is an unceasingly developing branch of the world economy which, for graduates offer numerous professional opportunities. As a graduate of second degree studies in Civil Engineering, who has gained Master of Engineering you will find work, among others, in:

construction companies – as a constructor, supervisor and site manager,

offices and design studios – as a constructor,

concrete and construction element factories, building materials industry,

local government units, such as municipal or county offices – as managers or inspectors of the real estate department,

self-established construction companies, as builders and constructors.

Tuition fees

Tuition fees

Tuition fees for the studies in Polish language - academic year 24/25

Registration Fee
(one-time fee)
Entry Fee
(one-time fee)
Tuition Fee
(for 12 months)
85 zł 150 € 180 €

UE&M account number
Wyższa Szkoła Ekologii i Zarządzania
ul. Olszewska 12, 00-792 Warszawa
BANK PKO BP S.A Warszawa
PL 33 1020 1026 0000 1202 0252 3694