MSc in Civil Engineering (Transport Infrastructure-Geotechnics)

MSc in Infrastructure engineering (Transport Infrastructure-Geotechnics)

Duration: 3 semesters

Study attainment: 90 credit points according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)

Entry requirements: BSc in Civil Engineering

List of courses

General compulsory courses

Transport Infrastructure-Geotechnics compulsory courses

Numerical methods

Selected topics of road planning and design

Stochastic processes

Road pavements

Continuum mechanics

Case studies in railway construction

Noise and vibration control

Geotechnical structures and technologies

Quality management systems

Case studies in geotechnics

Communications skills


Technical English

Pedestrian and cycle traffic

Engineering Ethics

Railway track diagnostics

Project Management

Selected topics in traffic engineering

Civil engineering compulsory courses

Computer aided infrastructure design

Sustainable settlements and transport

Individual research project

Road and railway construction

Engineering geology

Hydraulic engineering

Soil investigation and testing


Geotechnical design

Bridge construction

Seismic design


Diploma thesis

Professional project


General academic calendar:

The program begins in autumn semester.

Autumn semester:
Application deadline:  June 1,
Registration: August
Semester: September – January
Examination period: December - January

Spring semester:

Semester: February – May
Examination period: May - June

Application and Admission


All tuition and fees for the first semester must be paid prior to enrolment. At the time of enrolment, you will need to present proof that you have paid your first year fee via bank transfer. In case of late or partial payment of tuition fees, the University reserves the right to refuse enrolment.

Tuition fees:

Graduate tuition and fees, leading to MSc

EUR 3,300 per semester

Tuition and fees for special students (courses leading to no degree)

EUR 50/credit points (minimum 30 credit points per semester)

Accommodation and living expenses are additional and are paid by the applicants.

For further information, please contact the International Office:

Address: 9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1, Hungary

Tel: +36/96/503-418
Fax: +36/96/613-560

Office time: Monday–Thursday: 9.00 a.m. – 12.00 a.m.



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