Master's degree in Project Management
The extra-occupational master's degree program Project Management is tailor-made for the requirements of those in employment. The course is aimed at architects and engineers who either aspire to or already have project management and leadership responsibilities either in employment or self-employment.
The three specialisations Construction and Real Estate, Facades and Interior Construction allow the student to choose a major field of study depending on their educational background and occupation. The degree course is split into modules. The specialisations Facade and Interior Construction can also be attended separately. The course can be taken outside of working hours, as the vast majority of seminars take place on Fridays and Saturdays.
The entrance requirements are one year's practical experience after graduating with a degree in Architecture, Civil Engineering or a related discipline, as well as an entrance interview.
You can find further information on the pages of the Project Management master's degree (linked).