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Information for prospective students of Real Estate and Integral Building Technology (B.Eng.)

Planning. Building. Managing. Optimizing.

Does modern technology fascinate you? Would you like to understand how the interaction of different technical systems work in a building? Communication between many different partners in the planning and building process and in the operation of buildings do not discourage you, but motivate you?

Then the degree course Real Estate and Integral Building Technology is the right choice for you!

The training prepares you to be part of a team in which you understand the context within the planning processes and in which you give impulses for the networking and optimization. You plan, configure, and operate integral building technology.

The real estate is our focus right from the start. You will get to know the real estate market and its participants in the first semester. Additionally, the necessary general and subject-related basics are taught in the first two semesters. During the third and fourth semester you will acquire specific building technological competencies and in the fifth semester you will begin your practical phase. After this practical phase you will study and interact together with the students of the degree course Real Estate and Facility Management in projects, obligatory and planning-oriented modules prior to completing your studies with a bachelor's thesis.

You will attain the academic degree 'Bachelor of Engineering' (B.Eng.) with the successful completion of the degree course.

Summary

Program Real Estate and Integral Building Technology
Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
Terms 7 terms, full-time
ECTS-Credit Points 210
Program start Winter semester
Application deadline July 15
Languages German
Accreditation

By ACQUIN e.V. till 20.09.23.

The lab is the city! Frankfurt is a rather apparent real estate location. Properties of every type are to be planned, built, operated, marketed and demolished within the metropolitan Rhine-Main region, including skyscrapers, while industry space for the producing industry or supra-regional relevant transport hubs and other public institutions are developed. You will get to know the real estate market during the practical semester, which is part of your studies. But the city is also used as a living lab in the frame of excursions, projects and lectures. We also have experts visiting us who convey their direct knowledge from practice.'

Prof. Dr.- Ing. Jochen Abel, Head of degree course

Course catalogue

Modularization during the studies is a study structure, in which courses such as lectures, exercises, practical internships, excursions, excursions or seminars about certain topics are combined in modules. The structure of a module is determined by the competence, which is to be achieved upon completion of the module.

The module handbook entails information about the duration, credits, type of examination, admission requirements, learning results, workload, learning type, content, literature, module coordinator of modules of the degree course.Further information can be found in the guideline on modularization and credit point awarding of the Bund-Länder commission.The module overview  and the study content can be downloaded in form of a PDF.

Admission requirements

The degree course is admission restricted. The study spot placement takes place via a local NC procedures.

A pre-study internship of 12 weeks lengths is required if you would like to enroll into the bachelor's degree course. It is recommended completing this internship prior to the start of studies, in order to acquaintance oneself at an early stage with the field integral building technology.
The manual labor pre-study internship includes practical tasks in building technology e.g. installation and maintenance of building technological systems such as measuring, controlling and regulation technology, electrical engineering, sanitary, heating and air condition technology.
The proof of the completion of the manual labor pre-study internship is to be submitted to the examination board at the latest when registering for the practical study semester.
The original certificate of the company you completed the internship at is to be submitted, which includes the period of the internship and the completed practical tasks.
Please contact Mr. Jochen Abel, if you have any further questions about the internship.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jochen Abel.

Prospects

The buildings of tomorrow shall be energy efficient, functional and comfortable for its users. They must be operable in a cost-efficient manner and at best, increase their value in the long run. Key factors is the sustainable economic planning and the resource-saving operation of commercially used or residential properties.

Digitalized building technology plays an increasingly important and central role. Approximately 40% of the energy used in Germany is in association with real estate. This clearly shows that the complex elements of modern building technology must be appropriately networked and must be actively controlled. This requires well-trained individuals who are able to plan, overlook, control and optimize such systems.

Contact

Examination committee chair

Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Jochen Abel
Head of degree course Real Estate und Facility Management B.Sc. and Real Estate and Integral Building Technology B.Eng.
Building BCN, Room 510
Fax : +49 69 1533-2058
Alice Schmidt
Building BCN, Room 926
Fax : +49 69 1533-2646
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Cornelia Eschelbach
Head of degree course Geomatics and Public Works B. Eng.
Building 9, Room 203b
Secretary's Office (Faculty 1)
Building 1, Room 431
Fax : +49 69 1533-2374
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Jochen Abel
Head of degree course Real Estate und Facility Management B.Sc. and Real Estate and Integral Building Technology B.Eng.
Building BCN, Room 510
Fax : +49 69 1533-2058
M.Eng.
Anna-Katharina Haux
Building 9, Room 201a
Fax : +49 69 1533-2058

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