International Construction Management

Hochschule Karlsruhe – Technik und Wirtschaft
In Karlsruhe

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  • Master
  • Karlsruhe
  • Dauer:
    1 Jahr
Beschreibung

Develop, extend and apply students capabilities in terms of research and research methods,. Develop a systematic understanding of knowledge and critical awareness of research methodologies and the application of research skills in relation to the management of construction projects, and to innovation and continous improvement

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Karlsruhe
Moltkestr. 30, 76133, Baden-Württemberg, Deutschland
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· Voraussetzungen

Applicants for entry to the MSc International Construction Management programme must either: * hold a bachelors degree at honours level in a construction industry related subject or hold corporate membership of an appropriate professional body which has been approved for this purpose by the University and preferably with a minimum of two years of appropriate industrial experience at a managerial level. * Meet the language requirement for the programme.....

Themenkreis

The purpose of the programme is to educate managers for the international construction industry by facilitating mobility and by developing skills and attitudes with regard to construction, culture and language.

In order to develop the attributes for future international construction managers, the MSc ICM programme is a multi-national programme requiring students to live in at least three countries and to use one language other than their own.

The course is taught and assessed in English, although the occasional lecture at the University of Applied Sciences in Karlsruhe may be given in German. Although language tuition is not provided as an integral part of the course language tuition in English a German is available at all partner institutions to suit all levels of ability.

The MSc International Construction Management degree by 1 year full-time study is delivered jointly by Nottingham Trent University, Waterford Institute of Technology and Hochschule Karlsruhe - Technik und Wirtschaft.

The course takes place over 45 academic weeks starting in Nottingham at the beginning of October. The course finishes in mid-September of the following year, thus taking an overall duration of 12 months.

Students undertake their studies at each institution in turn during terms 1 to 3. Term 4 is undertaken at one of the institutions of the students choice. A period of time is included at the start of terms 1 to 3 at each institution to allow for induction and orientation.

The construction manager is seen as the professional who manages construction project realization for the construction organisation, or as a construction consultant to the client organisation. Construction managers are employed by many construction organisations to ensure that projects are delivered on time, within budget and to functional requirements and standards. Such construction managers are able to encourage improved client organization practices and innovation in construction project provision.

The construction manager is seen as the professional who manages construction project realization for the construction organisation, or as a construction consultant to the client organisation. Construction managers are employed by many construction organisations to ensure that projects are delivered on time, within budget and to functional requirements and standards. Such construction managers are able to encourage improved client organization practices and innovation in construction project provision.

The international construction manager not only operates in a pan-European environment, in multi-national projects and or across the nations of Europe, but increasingly in a global environment with multi-national projects, multi-national teams, and multi-national clients.

Overviel and general educational aims of the programme

  • Develop a systematic understanding of knowledge and critical awareness of, and competence in, the processes associated with construction management in international environment;
  • Develop a systematic understanding of knowledge and critical awareness of cultural diversity within and from a pan-European and international perspective;

Duration:
This full-time course covers a period of one year. A part time course is planned in the future.

Language:

The language of the courses in all centers is Business English. Language tuition is provided for non-German speaking students to enable them to cope with living in Germany for the third period of the course.

....Entry Requirements:

Or

  • hold an appropriate approved construction industry related qualification together with a preferred minimum of three years appropriate industrial experience at manager level.
    The predominant factor will, however, be a judgement as to whether the applicant will be able to successfully complete the programme or module(s).

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Preisinformation: The fee for the academic year are currently € 7.000. After admission, which will be given in the mid of July, € 3.000,-- have to be paid, to ensure the interest of the applicant. If withdrawal is not made within 14 days after paying, the prepaid fees cannot be given back.

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