Real Estate Engineering and Management B.Sc.
The complete lifecycle of a property stretches from planning, production and maintenance to marketing and cost-benefit management. The program therefore comprises three fields: 60% of the course content is dedicated to the engineering subjects of construction engineering, architecture and urban planning as well as building services engineering and real estate engineering. 30% is dedicated to economic and management subjects such as financing, marketing or fiscal studies. 10% of students’ studies focuses on law. The course comprises the fields of architecture, civil engineering, energy management and business management studies. Research focuses on fields such as real estate development, project management in the construction trade, benchmarking of real estates and properties, facilities management and building services engineering.
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For winter semester (deadline: July 15)
The quality of this study programme is tested in an accreditation process.
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Consecutive Master's Program at University of Stuttgart: Real Estate Engineering and Management M.Sc.