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Continuing Education Programs

Faculty VI (School of Planning Building Environment) offers three continuing education programs (Master). They are directed to prospective students who have already gained professional experience and intend to educate themselves. Admission requirement is an academic degree qualifying for profession and an ensuing professional experience. All continuing education programs are subject to charges.

The interdisciplinary, two-year Master's program Stage Design_Scenic Space is directed to graduates of Interior Design, Architecture, Design, Arts, Costume Design et. al. The program primarily deals with spatial design in theatrical, urban and atmospheric contexts. This kind of education as scenographer with strong focus on practical and project-oriented experience, as well in Stage Design as in Scenic Space, still is unparalleled in Germany.

The extra-occupational, two-year Master's program Real Estate Management is geared to the life cycle of constructional, spatial projects by dealing with a variety of topics such as site planning, project development and facility management. Interdisciplinarity, integration of various topics and practice orientation are core elements of the syllabus. Architecture, economics, law, ecology and sociology will be merged for sustainable problem solving. On the issue of Real Estate Finance, a compact course (two one-week workshops in Berlin and New York/Washington D.C.) will take place in cooperation with the George Washington University (USA).    

Urban Management is defined by numerous tasks, disciplines and methods of urban development as well as by the conception, governance and realisation of such processes. Aspects of organisation, administration, law and finance are the basis for these procedures that are taught in the anglophone, three-semester Master's programme Urban Management. Particular emphasis is placed on development tasks of cities in Asia, Africa and Latin America, which are characterised by upheavels, pressure to adapt and accumulated needs. The academic teaching also focuses on management techniques, communication and on the conveyance of plans, decisions and results to the participants. 

General Information on Available Courses of Study

The Regulations Governing General Study and Examination Procedures (AllgStuPO) at TU Berlin govern the organization and implementation of studies and examinations for all degree courses at Technische Universität Berlin.

The Selection Statutes (Auswahlsatzung) govern the admission requirements and selection procedures for all degree courses at Technische Universität Berlin.

The applicable version of both documents can be found in the download area.

You can find an overview of generally accepted certificates of language skills on the webpages of the Office of Student Affairs.

The subject-specific regulations can be found in the individual Study and Examination Regulations (StuPO) or Regulations for Admission and Selection (ZZO) of each degree course.

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Master's program Stage Design_Scenic Space

Entry requirements:

A bachelor's degree and professional experience of at least one year.

The selection procedure for the continuing Master's program Stage Design / Scenic Space consists of two steps. First, the selection committee will view the submitted applications and, as a second step, decide for or against an invitation to a thirty-minute selection interview.

After the interview, the selection committee will decide on the acceptance to the study program.

The particular selection and admission modalities are governed in the subject-specific selection and admission regulations (see information material below).

For more information on the syllabus and contents, please visit the website of Stage Design_Scenic Space.

Information Material
Regulation for Charges
Regulation for Selection and Admission
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures 2014
(valid from winter semester 2014/15)
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures 2009
(valid through summer semester 2016)
Handbook of Modules
The particular up-to-date catalogues and descriptions of modules are released in the module transfer system of TU Berlin:

Handbook of Modules, Master's program Stage Design_Scenic Space

The catalogue can optionally be downloaded with and without detailed description in PDF format.

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Master's program Real Estate Management

Entry requirements:

Besides the general entry requirements according to §§ 10 to 13 of the Berlin Higher Education Law (Berliner Hochschulgesetz):

  1. a bachelor's degree,
  2. subsequent qualified professional experience of usually not less than two years according to § 10, paragraph 5, sentence 2 of the Berlin Higher Education Law. Exceptions can be made by the selection committee.

The selection is based on the following criteria:

  1. overall grade acquired in the preceding study,
  2. subject-specific suitability (study program and subjects) of the preceding study,
  3. subject-specific, practical experience gained outside of university,
  4. quality and content of the motivation letter,
  5. responsability for projects, budgets and / or human resources according to point 3., 
  6. subject-specific suitability for the interdisciplinary study,
  7. communicative and social skills as well as
  8. subject-specific motivation.

The particular selection and admission modalities are governed in the subject-specific selection and admission regulations (see information material below). 

For more information on the syllabus and contents, please visit the website of Real Estate Management.

Information Material
Regulation for Charges
Regulations for Admission and Selection
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures 2015
(valid from winter semester 2015/16)
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures
(valid through winter semester 2017/18)
Handbook of Modules
The particular up-to-date catalogues and descriptions of modules are released in the module transfer system of TU Berlin:

Handbook of Modules, Master's program Real Estate Management

The catalogue can optionally be downloaded with and without detailed description in PDF format.

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Master's program Urban Management

Entry requirements:

Besides the general entry requirements according to §§ 10 to 13 of the Berlin Higher Education Law (Berliner Hochschulgesetz):

  1. a bachelor's degree,
  2. subsequent qualified professional experience of usually not less than two years according to § 10, paragraph 5, sentence 2 of the Berlin Higher Education Law. Exceptions can be made by the selection committee.

The selection is based on the following criteria:

  1. overall grade acquired in the preceding study,
  2. subject-specific suitability (study program and subjects) of the preceding study,
  3. subject-specific, practical experience gained outside of university,
  4. quality and content of the motivation letter and
  5. language skills (official evidence of English language proficiency). 

The particular selection and admission modalities are governed in the subject-specific selection and admission regulations (see information material below). 

For more information on the syllabus and contents, please visit the website of Urban Management.

Information Material
Regulation for Charges
Regulations for Admission and Selection
(valid from winter semester 2016/17)
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures
(valid from winter semester 2015/16)
Regulations for Study and Examination Procedures
(valid through winter semester 2016/17)
Handbook of Modules
The particular up-to-date catalogues and descriptions of modules are released in the module transfer system of TU Berlin:

Handbook of Modules, Master's program Urban Mangement

The catalogue can optionally be downloaded with and without detailed description in PDF format

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Student Counselling Service

The student personnel in the student counselling service are contact persons for general information and organizational issues prior to and during your studies

Student Counselling Service Stage Design / Scenic Space
Sekr. ACK 15/02
Ackerstraße 76, 13355 Berlin
Gebäude Ackerstraße
Tel. +49 30 314 72174

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Student Counselling Service Real Estate Management
Sekr. TIB 2
Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25, 13355 Berlin
Technologie- und Innovationszentrum Berlin (TIB), Haus 20/21 Raum 109
Tel. +49 30 314 72409

Webseite
Student Counselling Service Urban Management
Sekr. HBS 5
Hardenbergstraße 16-18, 10623 Berlin
Gebäude Hardenbergstraße, Raum HBS 110
Tel. +49 30 314 21468

Webseite

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Contact Persons, Representatives and Committees

In order to obtain further information on specific study programs, you can contact a whole range of responsible bodies: student counselors, course representatives, examination boards, teaching committees, representatives for BAföG or internships. You can find a list of the responsible contact persons on the webpages of the Faculty-Service-Center.

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