Practice and experience to learn Civil Engineering
How would you describe your programme at the Department of Innovative Technologies (DTI)?
This Master's programme is exciting because it addresses topics of great interest in the field of civil engineering, such as sustainable design, resource management and advanced structural engineering. This allows us to explore innovative solutions for current and future challenges in the sector.
It is highly professionalised thanks to the numerous practical projects that enable the development of essential skills in the working world.
Finally, it has a practical approach that allows you to directly apply what you learn in the classroom through workshops and concrete projects.
What is the strongpoint of your course?
I believe that the opportunity to engage with professional lecturers and researchers on a daily basis is the Department's strength.
What are your goals for the future?
In my professional future, I hope to be able to work with a civil engineering firm also operating abroad.
Is there a particularly significant experience you would like to tell us about?
The two projects I carried out during the Master's course were fundamental to my education. Thanks to these projects, I had the opportunity to apply the knowledge acquired in the classroom in real-life situations. The analysis of the monitoring of existing structures and the design of road infrastructures were very thorough areas of study.
The guidance of the experienced lecturers was essential in both projects. Thanks to their expertise and experience, I was able to learn how to tackle complex challenges and develop practical solutions effectively.