The Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest includes seven faculties, of which six provide tuition in Romanian and one in foreign languages (English and French). In addition, there is a Department of Foreign Language Studies.
The six faculties that employ Romanian as a teaching vehicle ( the Faculty of Civil, Industrial and Agricultural Engineering, the Faculty of Hydrotechnics, the Faculty of Railways, Roads and Bridges, the Faculty of Building Services, the Faculty of Technological Equipment, the Faculty of Geodesy) offer academic education for the first graduation cycle (Bachelor of Science) of four years, its completion being awarded with the qualification of engineer, as well as for the second cycle ( Master of Science) with the duration of 3 semesters.
The Faculty of Engineering in Foreign Languages offers a 4-year academic education for future engineers, whereas the Department of Foreign Languages and Communication offers a three-year university education in Applied Modern Languages (specialization - Translation and interpretation).
TUCEB also offers evening classes; these courses cover five years and are held at the Faculty of Building Services and the Faculty of Technological Equipment.
Today, thousands of graduates of the Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest are working in the U.S., Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Israel, South Africa etc.
The solid knowledge acquired in this university has enabled them to rapidly integrate and adapt to the conditions and working methods in other countries. Everywhere in the world, civil-engineers trained at TUCEB rank among the best professionals in the domain.
The reorganization of the national system of higher education in Civil Engineering, in accordance with the Bologna Process opens up new recognition prospects for the graduates of the Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest (TUCEB) as well as better chances of integrating into the European occupational market.
The Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest is the initiator and coordinator of the EUCEET Thematic Network, which includes 131 partner institutions from 29 European countries.
In March 2001, the University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest signed a double diploma agreement with Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, this being the first agreement of this kind in the field of technical higher education in our country.