At Nuremberg Tech’s Faculty of Civil Engineering, we place great value on incorporating special future-oriented subject areas into our conventional engineering degree programme. This is the only way to guarantee that, upon completing their studies, our young students have a broad enough range of technical knowledge to allow them to adapt to the major changes in the job market over their generally 40-plus-year careers.

In the Hydraulic engineering lab, students undertake practicals in which they learn, through experiments, the basis of technical hydromechanics (5 practicals) and hydraulic engineering (5 practicals). These are held in small groups.

From the 2nd semester of the bachelor’s degree to the 10th semester at the end of a master’s programme, Nuremberg Tech offers a plethora of cross-faculty modules on the subject of water and environment, of which nine courses are offered by the Hydraulic engineering lab and the IWWN.

Energy and environment specialization

The energy and environment specialization in the master’s degree programme
International Civil Engineering granting the degree: Master of Engineering M.Eng.

In addition to the mandatory modules, the degree programme also offers the following advanced modules:

  • Resource-friendly construction
  • Water resources management
  • Environmental risks
  • Energy systems
  • Buildings and energy
  • Environmental protection

For more details, please see the information produced by the Student Office on the International Civil Engineering degree programme