The Faculty has long history – it has been born together with the University in 1918. Currently the Faculty has good reputation in the national construction market and all syllabuses there are internationally accredited. Graduates can also demonstrate their capability when participating in research and development projects – the academic staff of the Faculty is involved in several international EU funded projects, but also the national business-sector requires the academic expertise and consultancy. Major landmark-buildings of Estonia – theatres, song festival tribunes, high-rises, bridges, etc. – have become reality also due to the input of the academic staff of the Faculty.At the same time the term ‘civil engineering’ has become the umbrella for the Faculty where one can specialise on different fields of engineering related to built and green environments. Structural design, environmental protection, roads and bridges, coastal engineering, management and economics – this is only the shortlist of specialisations available. It is sure that the students when studying will gain deep knowledge of engineering and economics. There are the laboratories for construction materials, land surveying, water analyses, strength of structures, hydromechanics, etc. where the students can independently carry out different testing exercises.
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