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I have two questions,

First, I am concerning in studying Eurocode 2 online, could you please propose me a certified training center, where can I take courses online.

Second, could you please recommend me an Engineering University giving Master in structural engineering online?

I am living in Iraq, I am working in good job, and therefore, I couldn’t leave for studying on campus.

Thank you in advance,


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Hello Omar,

You could check Concrete Centre's website! I am not sure if you could attend webinars there but it is probably the best place to buy all the necessary resources to become Eurocode 2 expert. You could also check our bibliography list on concrete design to Eurocode 2.

As for the distance learning Masters, I am sure there are a lot of universities in UK (e.g. Surrey) that offer similar courses.

Hope this helps..!

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Dear Ion,

I appreciate your reply, it is useful!

At first sight, the bibliography list is helpful as I see.

Thank you so much!

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Hi, I have recently completed the MSc Steel Construction from The University of Sheffield, and am currently working for a UK based steel design & fabrication company based in India. I wanted to know possible certification courses for EC pertaining to steel design.

Thanks in advance,


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Have a look at SCI's website! I think you will find what you are looking for there!

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