We invite you to join our BIM community and study creating BIM models for engineering systems. Supervised by Russian and Finnish engineering experts you will be able to design HVAC system using AutodeskRevit programme and present your models.
Dates to be announced soon
SPbGASU Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Municipal Services presents summer school focusing on BIM-modeling that prepares you to successfully face any architectural/engineering challenge.
All the summer schools courses are in English
Why Come to International Summer School
✔ Get an introduction to the core subjects of BIM
✔ Learn first-hand from Russian and Finnish BIM experts in multicultural environment
✔ Small group and personalized attention
✔ Dynamic and interactive classes
✔ Learn more about international cultures and ways of thinking
✔ Discover Saint Petersburg – a breath-taking Russia’s cultural capital
The school’s program includes intensive training in BIM-modeling of engineering systems; it provides a unique opportunity to work with practicing Russian and Finnish engineering experts, to create a ventilation, heating, water supply and sanitation system in Autodesk Revit.
After 2 weeks of study at our BIM Summer School you will create your own Autodesk Revit design that includes main engineering systems: ventilation, heating, water supply and sanitation. BIM project will boost your design skills and enrich your professional portfolio.
The English-taught BIM Summer School is a 2-week course specifically designed for engineering students and specialists who are interested in BIM technologies. It is taught by Russian lecturers and combined with a guest speaker session, classroom debates, workshops in a dynamic international learning environment.
Who can apply
Bachelor, Master and PhD students in the field of architecture and engineering
Deadlines will be announced later
Tuition fee: 400 euro
Tuition Fee includes the visa invitation; tuition and tutorial materials; individual consultations and guidance (accommodation and cultural program are NOT included)
Credits earned: 4 for 2-week course