Master's in Civil Engineering (MSc)
University of the Republic of San Marino
San Marino

Degree: Master's in Civil Engineering (MSc)
Program Language: Italian
Admission Semester: Fall (October)Spring (February)
Start Date: May Intake
Program Duration: (2 yrs) 4 semesters


Semester Tuition Fees: 1500 Euro
Other Fees: The tuition fees reflected above is paid in installments. In case of extension, extra fees will be charged. Please pay attention to the acceptance letter for actual amounts to be paid.
Cost of living: 500 - 700 Euros per month
Job opportunities: Some excelling students can be recruited by the institution for part-time lectureship.
Funding opportunities within the university: Universities usually offer part-time opportunities in different departments to students who constantly excel academically.

Program details

Educational organisation: University Of The Republic Of San Marino
Study abroad: Opportunity Available
Internships: Opportunity Available
Form of assessment: GPA Grade
ECTS credits: Each course in the program (Electives & Prerequisites) commands a certain amount of credit points.
Program objectives: Civil Engineering (MSc)

Minimum cost of living

Accomodation: 200 - 450 Euro / month
Food: 80 Euro / month
Cost of living: 500 Euro / month
Transportation: Free, the University offers shuttles


Language requirements: Italian Proficiency
Academic requirements: Bachelor's Degree & Transcript

1. Bachelor's Degree & Transcript

2. Evidence of Italian Language Proficiency (if applicable)

3. Passport Copy


Arrival support: Support Available - Provided by the university
Services and support for international students: Support Available - Provided by the university

*Off-Campus options available

*On-Campus options available


About University of the Republic of San Marino:

The Università degli Studi della Repubblica di San Marino was founded in 1985. It is a small university located geographically in the heart of Italy but with the capability of acting at the international level, because it belongs to a sovereign state.

A small enclave within the Italian state, the ancient Republic of San Marino, the only surviving independent city-state of the many that existed in Italy before it was unified in the nineteenth century, is morphologically identified by the massive rocky cliffs of Mount Titano. Over the centuries, San Marino was able to preserve its independence by establishing diplomatic and consular relationships with many nations. In 2008 the historic city centre of the capital, Città, Borgo Maggiore and Mount Titano became a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the motivation “as a testimony to the continuity of a free republic since the Middle Ages”.

Associated with the university are important intellectuals and scholars such as Umberto Eco, Renato Zangheri, Giulio Carlo Argan and Luciano Canfora. There is an ample selection of courses of study, from undergraduate and graduate degree programmes to master courses, from Advanced Education to the Research Doctorate in Historical Studies. The teaching is characterized by the excellence of the scientific and cultural standing of the faculty and the services to the students, offered in the various venues of the University which are located in a unique environmental and architectural context.

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About San Marino:

San Marin, the world's third-smallest republic is a gem to see. However, it also stakes claim to being the oldest operating republic on earth. This small republic resides snugly along the Italian east coast, bounded by the Emilia-Romagna province of Italy. Despite being its proximity to Italy, and adopting many significant cultural traits from this big neighbor, San Marino is still a relatively unique bastion, just ask the locals.

About the city:

San Marino is the capital of the Republic of San Marino. High standards of health, security, environmental protection and education make the Republic of San Marino a heaven in terms of quality of life, also due to the low crime rate. San Marino boasts a great variety of natural environments and micro-habitats together with a rich heritage of biological, geological and landscape diversity.