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The international, postgraduate Urban Management Master Course was installed at Technische Universität Berlin in the fall of 2005. The internationally recognized Master of Science Degree in Urban Management is awarded for the successful completion of the program. This degree also provides eligibility to register for PhD programs in Germany and the rest of Europe.

The course offers training in management approaches that cross the boundaries of isolated professional knowledge. German language courses are offered throughout the first year. The language of instruction is English.

The start of the new intake of the Masters Course is October every year. The duration of the course is 3 semesters including a master thesis. Two semesters are reserved for classes at the Technical University Berlin. The third semester is dedicated to further specialization and the preparation of a master thesis. Topics addressing issues derived from problems in the students’ home countries are encouraged. The program also involves internships in relevant institutions in Germany or abroad.

The Master Course in Urban Management is open for graduates from various disciplines and all countries. The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 30 people per year. So far our students and graduates come from the following countries:

Afghanistan, Albania, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Egypt, Equador, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Great Britain, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Nepal, Norway, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Palestine, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Tansania, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda, USA, Venezuela and Zambia.


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