Doctoral degree programmes

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Contact:

University of Ljubljana FACULTY OF CIVIL AND GEODETIC ENGINEERING
Jamova c. 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone: +368 1 476 85 00, +386 1 426 42 88
 

Contact:
Prof. dr. Krištof Oštir, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Scientific fields/Modules/Areas:
Civil engineering, Spatial Planning and Land Management, Geodesy, Geology
The programme is organised by the University of Ljubljana and provided by:
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, University of Ljubljana Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Number of available places:
30
Application deadline:
27 August 2021;
in case of available enrolment places, the deadline will be extended until 17 September 2021
Fee per programme:
€16,000.00
Fee per study year:
1st year: €5,300.00
2nd year: €5,300.00
3rd year: €2,400.00
4th year: €3,000.00
Number of available places:
30

The Built environment doctoral programme represents a scientific upgrade in the areas of civil engineering, geodesy, and spatial planning. The fundamental goal of the programme is to obtain highly trained researchers for all the scientific areas, which together contribute their expertise to the programme. By completing the programme, the graduate will be qualified for scientific thinking and solving scientific problems, as well as for cooperation in solving the demanding practical problems using an interdisciplinary approach.

The Built environment doctoral programme is organized by the Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering with the cooperation of internationally recognized foreign experts and experts from other faculties of the University of Ljubljana. The programme is divided into three scientific areas: the most extensive part represents the area of Civil engineering; the study area of Geodesy includes geodesy and geoinformatics; the study area of Geology; the interdisciplinary area of Spatial planning and Land management is also suitable for students with previous education in various related areas. The main emphasis of the doctoral study is on research. In addition, the programme offers various kinds of taught subjects such as the compulsory common course, compulsory courses for scientific areas, and an extensive selection of elective courses. The programme enables student mobility in the framework of both organized forms of study and individual research work.