Technisch talent

Become a creative Civil Engineer and specialize in Dutch water safety through hydraulic design and water management.

  • Degree

    Bachelor, Short Degree (Bachelor)

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  • Duration

    1 Years

  • Tuition fee (EU/EEA students)

    € 2.530 per year

  • Tuition fee (NON-EU students)

    € 8.600 per year

This programme is a Short Degree programme, aimed at students who have completed at least 6 semesters in Civil Engineering or already hold a degree in a field related to Civil Engineering. The Dutch Civil Engineering sector is well-known throughout the world as a top-level profession.


Focus on water safety

In the first term, every aspect of Civil Engineering will be addressed during the study: water, roads and constructions like bridges and sluces. In the remaining terms you will specialise in either water management or hydraulics: two areas in which Dutch Civil Engineers are know world wide.

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Excellent career perspective

With this degree you'll have excellent job opportunities in your home country and abroad. Momentarily, there's a great shortage of Bachelor-level trained civil engineers.

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After your studies

Once you have successfully completed your Bachelor degree, you will receive the internationally recognized title 'Bachelor of Science’ (BSc). From that point on you will be a civil engineer with expertise in water safety through hydraulics and water management. The odds of finding a job at this time are very high. In your own country or internationally, you will easily be able to start at exciting projects.


Your student life in the city of Enschede

Drink a Grolsch beer at the old market square, go shopping at Van Heekplein, attend a game of soccer by the local soccer club or visit one of the 60 events that happen in Enschede yearly. Enschede is bubbling!
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