To access the studies of the International Master's Degree in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions the requirements described below must be met.


Specific access requirements

Students coming from the following degrees may apply to the Master's Degree in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions:

  • Degrees in the field of Civil Engineering
  • Degrees in the field of Industrial Engineering
  • Degrees in the field of Architecture
  • Other degrees

    Should the applicant have another degree different from the listed above, the Academic Commission will analyze the academic records so as to determine their potential access to the master's program and, for each case, the additional training needed.

Above all, applicants must have a good academic record in Civil Engineering or equivalent. Architects planning to apply to this master's program must have solid knowledge on structures. Generally, prospect students should have a 4 to 5-year higher education degree in the field of Engineering or Architecture.

ATTENTION: To apply for the University of Padua (Italy) applicants must already have a master's degree.

The teaching language, as well as that of the exams is English. All course materials and counseling is also in English.

Therefore, students from non English-speaking countries must have one of the following certificates:

  • Paper Based TOEFL (minimum score: 525)
  • Internet Based TOEFL ((minimum score: 72)
  • IELTS Academic (minimum score: 6.5)
  • Other English-language proficiency certificates

Applications that do not include proof of English-language proficiency in time for pre-enrolment, will still be considered. In this case, applicants will be encouraged to present the certificate as soon as possible.

Applicants are also encouraged to take a course in the language and culture of the country (Portuguese, Spanish, Italian or Czech) they plan to attend.