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Building Engineering

Buildings are an important part of human society. From the moment that humans changed their lifestyle from nomadic to settling, buildings have become a necessity; a necessity that has been growing in complexity ever since. Where the first human beings simply needed a roof over their head and relied on farm animals and fire to keep them warm, now the modern human requires light, space and climate control. Furthermore, modern man requires a greater variety of buildings, from churches to temples, from badminton courts to football fields, from offices to train stations, and so on. Buildings with ever-increasing complexity and ever-increasing scale.

This is where the Building Engineer comes into play. The Building Engineer plays a vital role in making buildings. The complexity of all the different functions that a building fulfils needs to be analysed and controlled. With a broad background followed by specialisation as an educational starting point, the Building Engineer can assume different roles such as structural engineer, façade engineer, building manager, building services engineer, etc.

BE Information Booklet

A complete collection of all information regarding the Building Engineering master can be found in the BE Information Booklet (the picture is clickable, will give you a readable version of the booklet):

Or alternatively, the link to the PDF version of the BE information booklet.

If you have any questions or problems please contact us.

Information new students

Are you new at the TU Delft? This page can help you get started! You will find information on how to enrol for courses and other useful things:
TU Delft Welcome new student

Study Guide

For a more in-depth view of the courses within the master Civil Engineering, please look at the TU Delft Study guide:
TU Delft Study Guide

Official Educational Rules and Regulations of Civil Engineering

The official Educational Rules and Regulations for Civil Engineering at the TU Delft can be found on the following link:
Educational Rules and Regulations

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