Preserving Gediminas Hill, realizing unconventional architectural projects, and constructing a bridge across the widest and swiftest-flowing river are just a few examples of the aspirations of those who seek to change the world. For those dreaming of making a global impact, even a new building contributes to altering the world’s landscape.
Throughout history, people have envisioned their own dwellings, from seeking refuge in caves to constructing houses from branches and building bridges across rivers. The evolution of technology has transformed the concept of construction, rendering the notion that a house only requires walls and a roof obsolete. Today, civil engineering stands as a prestigious profession that brings together specialists from various fields, well-versed in constructing solid, tall, and intricate buildings, designing bridges, tunnels, roads, and water supply and cleaning systems.
Civil engineers possess the ability to independently build a durable wall, understanding the elements crucial for its longevity. A proficient specialist meticulously examines every aspect of a building and can elucidate the function of each structural element. In the realm of modern civil engineering, professionals undertake ambitious projects, such as erecting nearly one-kilometer skyscrapers or constructing multi-story underground structures.
This study program imparts knowledge of building and structure design, employing the latest calculation and construction principles, as well as modern construction technologies. Students also learn to conduct engineering research on soils, organize and manage the building and structure design process, evaluate and select reliable technical solutions, and conserve energy resources through the rational use of advanced construction materials.
A modern civil engineer embodies the roles of a mathematician, physicist, chemist, and IT specialist rolled into one. Cutting-edge computer software and powerful computers are employed in the building design process, with engineers creating spatial models of buildings and structures long before construction commences.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma and ACT, SAT, or AP examination results submitted in a sealed envelope (English, Mathematics and Science exams are required).
Minimum 60% of maximum possible results in mathematics, physics/another science subject/social science subject and English language are required in order to qualify for studies at VILNIUS TECH.
Application deadline for EU students is August 1.
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning