Master of Engineering Sustainable Construction
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The aim of this university course is to generate an awareness of holistic lifecycle-oriented approaches to construction based on the three-pillar model of sustainability. This means that graduates will be in a position to implement the principles of ecological, economic and socio-cultural sustainability in project development and design and realisation, as well as in the operation and demolition of building structures.
In partnership with the Austrian Association for Sustainable Property Management (ÖGNI), opens an external URL in a new window, this course provides an opportunity to qualify as an auditor in this field.
Final Degree: Master of Engineering (MEng) granted by the TU Wien and the Graz University of Technology
Academic Directors: Prof.Dr. Karin Stieldorf (TU Wien), Univ.Prof.Dr. Peter Maydl (TU Graz)
Locations: Graz & Vienna
Duration & Structure: 4 semesters or 2 semesters, part-time program, presented in modules
Costs: EUR 18.000 or EUR 10.000 (exkl. Reise- und Aufenthaltskosten)
Next Program Start: October 21, 2021
Admission requirements:: The prerequisite for admission is the possession of an internationally recognised first academic degree (academic degrees in Austria, Master's, Bachelor's or Fachhochschule degrees from Austrian or foreign universities) in a technical, scientific, legal or economic field of study.
For non-technical fields of study, 2 years of relevant professional experience is also required.
For safe continuing education without Corona
Right now, it is our great concern to provide you with continuing education in a professional and safe way. For this reason, our programs will take place under the following security measures during the COVID-19 pandemic:
- Virtual info events & individual counseling sessions
- Online application processes
- Wide range of distance learning formats
- 3G rule “vaccinated, tested, recovered"
- Hybrid formats for those students who cannot be on site due to entry requirements.
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