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Engineering for Building Retrofitting addresses the topics of the protection, rehabilitation and enhancement of existing buildings in terms of structural safety, energy efficiency, quality and comfort, while considering social and economic issues.
This two-year program, taught entirely in English, tackles the specific issue of the rehabilitation of existing buildings with a multi-disciplinary integrated approach.
The Engineering for Building Retrofitting graduates will be engineers specialized in the assessment of structural, energy and technical performances of existing buildings and in the design of rehabilitation and conservation interventions.
The program trains engineers to be able to assess and rehabilitate existing buildings. It is focused on the following main learning areas:
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You can enroll in the Engineering for Building Retrofitting program if you have a Bachelor's degree, or any title that is equivalent to a bachelor's degree, in one of the following fields: Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Building Engineering, Architecture, Industrial Engineering. A minimum number of ECTS in the area of structural engineering and building physics is required.
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