Master of Science (MSc) Architecture, Building and Planning (Real Estate Management & Development)

Eindhoven University of Technology
Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time
Duration
2 years
Intakes
February September
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
Information not available

Entry Requirements

Admission to this program depends on your prior education. Some types of prior education qualify you directly for admission to a Master's program, but you may have to apply for admission. In some cases you will first have to follow a transition program. 

Curriculum

First year

In the first study year of the two-year master's course, there is one project per semester and there are compulsory and elective subjects as well as a portfolio subject. The emphasis in this study year is on project work in combination with theoretical deepening in the compulsory and (sometimes recommended) elective subjects. The elective subjects may be replaced by a practical project. This may also be taken abroad. The elective subjects may also be done abroad, for example in the form of participation in an exchange program at a foreign university with which TU/e is associated or with which agreements in this regard have been signed.

Second year

In the second study year, the emphasis is on rounding off the studies. In the first semester, there is the initial project for the thesis project, and the second semester contains the thesis project itself and a portfolio subject. Cucation is then offered only on a small scale. The thesis project is directly related to research activities, and students wishing to orient themselves on their thesis work should take note at an early stage of these research activities within and outside their specialization.

Internship

No mandatory internship is included in this master's degree program. You may choose to do a practical project, a project at an institution outside of TU/e, which can be different for each student because it is dependent on the skills that the student wishes to develop within the freedom of the course program.

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