The Master in European Construction Engineering takes a year and at least 80% attendance is required. The course is full time and not compatible with having an external job.
The course is divided into two periods of study
The first period is the lecture part of the course. This stage lasts approximately six months (two trimesters). This period has a weight of 40 ECTS credits and is spent in Santander, Spain and Horsens, Denmark.
The second period involves practical study and requires hands-on assignments and a final dissertation.
This practical study lasts as long as five months and may be carried out in any of the participating universities or sponsoring companies, based on the student’s choice and the availability of places at the companies. The practical study is mandatory and has a credit weight of 20 ECTS.
Students must be available from Monday to Friday from 08:30 to 19:00, except holidays.
The schedule for each week of classes will be posted one week in advance.
Evaluation and exams
Evaluations will take place at the end of the term and take into account exams and/or course-work. Exams for the first term will be taken in mid December, and exams for the second term at the end of March.
Students must carefully observe and respect the deadlines for coursework communicated by each lecturer.
Attainment of the requisite number of credits from both taught modules and the practical part will enable you to achieve a Master’s level degree. (60 ECTS credits).
Please read more about the unit structure and content on University of Cantabria´s website