Inhalt des Dokuments
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Bachelor degree or German Diploma (University or FH) or equivalent in
- Landscape Architecture
- Urban Planning
- Civil Engineering
- Political and Social Science
- Business and Administration
- International Development
At least 2 years of practical experience in a field related to Urban Management.
English Requirements for Non-Native Speakers
TOEFL - minimum score
- Internet-based: 79 (DI-Code: 8804)
- Paper-based: 550
- Computer-based: 213
IELTS: Grade 6 (Academic Module)
Only applicants from native English-speaking countries or who have studied in a native English-speaking country are exempt from providing an English proficiency test result.
Applicants from countries where English is not the native language, but the official language or the language of instruction, still need to provide an English proficiency test.
Tuition Fees and Costs
The fee for the Urban Management Masters course is 11,000 € for three semesters. It covers teaching lessons and materials and the use of TU Berlin services such as library facilities.
Tuition fees have to be paid in three installments. The first installment (4,000 €) is due by July 31st before the start of the first semester, the second installment (4,000 €) one month before the start of the second semester and the third (3,000 €) one month before the start of the third semester.
Tuition fees do not include the TU Berlin semester/student fee, which has to be paid extra each semester. Currently the fee is around 310,- € and includes public transport in Berlin.
The fees do not include such expenses as books, compulsory German language course (approx. 100,- € per semester), stationery, meals, health insurance, visa and accommodation.
In case that a field trip should be carried out during the second semester, this will require an own share of a maximum 200,- € per student.
Please be aware that our program is a full-time course. The teaching hours are irregular and may vary from week to week.
We therefore advice you not to plan on financing your studies by working part-time.
Students should have at their disposal 900 € to 1000 € per month to cover the costs of living (room and board, food, books and supplies, health insurance etc.) in Berlin.
Due to limited institutional resources, students are encouraged to make an effort to obtain financial support from their employing agencies, fellowships and private sources before seeking aid. Further information about scholarships can be found here .