Faculty VI offers four Dual Degree Programms described below. They are designed for students enrolled in the correlative Master's study programs at TU Berlin.
- Dual Degree Master's Program Architecture with Tsinghua University, Beijng
- Dual Degree Master's Program Architecture with PUC, Santiago de Chile
- Dual Degree Master's Program Urban Design with Tongji University, Shanghai
- Dual Degree Master's Program Urban and Regional Planning with UBA, Buenos Aires
Dual Degree Master's Program Architecture with Tsinghua University, Beijng
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In this program in cooperation with Beijng Tsinghua University (China), German and Chinese students acquire a dual international, scientific and cultural degree in architecture and urbanistics. Students will be enrolled at both TU Berlin and Tsinghua University and awarded Master's degrees from both universities.
Read more  about the cooperation with Tsinghua University.
Dual Degree Master's Program Architecture with PUC, Santiago de Chile
- © Prof. Pilar Urrejola, PUC-Chile
Students participating in this program in cooperation with Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC Chile) are enrolled at both TU Berlin and PUC Chile. Upon successful completion they will be awarded both the German degree Master of Science and the Chilean Degree respectively the Chilean title architect.
Read more  about the cooperation with PUC Chile.
Dual Degree Master's Program Urban Design with Tongji University, Shanghai
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The German and Chinese participants of this Dual Master's program in cooperation with Tongji University in Shanghai (China) study collectively for one year each in Berlin and Shanghai.
Read more  about the cooperation with Tongji University.
Dual Degree Master's Program Urban and Regional Planning with UBA, Buenos Aires
- © Hernan Pinera / Flickr, CC, Ausschnitt
The four-semester Master's program Urban and Regional Planning (field of study Urban Planning and Mobility) in cooperation with Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina) is studied in equal parts in Berlin and Buenos Aires. The German and Argentinian students will gain competence to merge urban and transport planning.
Read more  about the cooperation with Buenos Aires.
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