Admission requirements can be found here https://www.students.pw.edu.pl/How-to-Apply/Admission-to-B.Sc
Civil engineering deals with the construction of such facilities as buildings, bridges, tunnels, airports, railways, highways and environmental systems. Planning, design, construction/reconstruction, operation and maintenance of these facilities are generally carried out by civil engineers. Education in the area defines knowledge and skills in execution, operation and modernisation of buildings and civil engineering structures, cost pricing, and knowledge of legal and administrative issues in the construction industry, as well as skills in computer methods supporting design and investment process.
The following subject areas of study are covered during the 4-year Bachelor program:
• mathematics, physics, mechanics and chemistry, on which much of engineering knowledge is based;
• social sciences and humanities, to broaden study perspectives as well as to prepare students for professional interaction with people;
• a core of basic civil engineering subject areas, including courses in structures, surveying, transportation, materials science, management and environment;
• integrated sets of optional and elective courses in areas selected by students.
After completing the 3rd year of the programme students choose a specialisation for the 4th year. Depending on the number of students interested in a particular field of study two of the following specialisations are available each year: Civil Engineering Structures, Construction Engineering and Management, Energy-saving Construction, Transportation Engineering.
Examples of modules:
• Building Materials • Theoretical Mechanics • Technical Drawing • Strength of Materials • Mechanics for Structures • Technology and Organization of Building Works • Transportation Engineering • Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering • Concrete Structures • Metal Structures • Bridge Engineering • Underground Structures • Electrical and Sanitary Installations • Hydraulics and Hydrology