BSc in Civil Engineering atUniversity of Stuttgart Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Duration

3 years (Full Time)

Course Level

UG Degree

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Type of University

Public

Year of establishment

1829

Highlights

  • The Civil and Environmental Engineering courses are characterized by a large width and heterogeneity of their work areas
  • They are characterized by a wide range of interdisciplinary collaboration with other engineers, mathematicians, computer scientists and natural science, law and economists
  • With the bachelor's degree, students are qualified to work and can work, for example, for construction companies, engineering offices or public institutions such as municipal utilities and civil engineering offices. Students will build training and company buildings, bridges, road networks or airports or oversee projects for the supply of drinking water and disposal of wastewater.

Ranking

  • University Rankings
    • #301-400

      - ARWU (Shanghai Ranking) 2022

    • #355

      - QS 2023

    • #301-350

      - THE (Times Higher Education) 2023

    • #629

      - US News & World Report 2023

Fees & Expenses
1st year tuition fees
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & feesINR 2,64,660
Other expenses in 1st Year
Fees componentsAmount
InsuranceINR 97,042
TransportationINR 52,932
Semester feeINR 29,289
TotalINR 1,79,263

Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 Euro = INR 88.22

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Tuition & expenses were last updated on 7ᵗʰ August 2023

Entry Requirements

QualificationEntry Criteria
12th

No specific cutoff mentioned

  • Applicant should have done Engineering studies, based on mathematics and the natural sciences.

IELTS

No specific cutoff mentioned

Not mandatory

Other eligibility criteria
  • Applicants must need to show their German language proficiency
Conditional Offer

Yes

Conditional admission is possible in any Master’s study program whose admissions regulation was promulgated from 2011 on and for which a Numerus Clausus (NC), i.e. a limited number of places available, has not been set. Bachelor’s students can apply for conditional admission if they have a certain number of credit points (ECTS). The exact number is set down in each Master’s study program’s admissions regulation; normally, the number is 110 credit points. Students are required to provide evidence of the claimed ECTS in the form of their exams extract at the time they apply.

Scholarships
Scholarship information is not available. You can apply to non-college specific scholarships available for Germany.

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