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Since 2005 the School of Planning, Building and Environment consolidated all design, construction and environment related studies at the TU Berlin. This lends the school an outstanding profile in an international context and also provides ideal conditions for interdisciplinary teaching and research. Our subject spectrum covers environmentally friendly, climate conscious design and construction, population and ecosystem research, remote sensing and the study of infrastructure in congested areas. The school's teaching priority lies in preparing students for a world shaped by technology. The school also leads the university's research in the field of "Designing Sustainable Habitats - Die Gestaltung von Lebensräumen."

International Studies

Architects and civil engineers, urban and regional planners, set designers and scenographers, landscapers and environmental planners, geo-engineers, social scientists, geo-scientists and ecologists, conduct research and teach here. More than 79 professors, most of them involved in exchanges with research institutions throughout the world, supervise our 4.400 students. The School of Planning, Buildung and Environment is the largest at the TU Berlin an also the largest school for issues of design and construction in Germany. Growing numbers of lectures and seminars in English, joint degrees and internation co-operations add to our program's international appeal.

Future Prospects and Market Orientation

All 16 study programs at the School of Planning, Building and Environment have been re-established as bachelor and master degree courses. This new structure affords the oppotunity to offer further fields of specialization and new master degrees. These include Germany's only masters courses in Urban Design, Geodesy and Geoinformation Sciences and Urban Ecosystem Sciences. The School of Planning, Building nd Environment offers five programs in continuing education - Historic Preservation, Park and Garden Conservation, Stage Design_Spatial Composition, Real Estate Management and Urban Management - and thus is the leading institution for continuing education at the TU Berlin. Its interdisciplinary subject and program structure makes it the only school of its kind in the country as well as in an international context.

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