Université de Lorraine
University of Luxembourg
The programme is taught in German and French.
Please note: Before applying to the university, you need to first apply to receive your VPD via uni-assist. You can do so throughout the year, but it takes at least six weeks to receive your VPD from uni-assist. So in order to meet the university application deadlines, you will need to apply for your VPD as early as possible.
The construction industry is booming. As a result, the industry is desperately seeking specialists who can plan, manage and see construction projects through to completion. This need exists in almost all industrialised nations of the world as well as in many other countries. That's why the European Construction Management degree course at the Franco-German Institute of Technology, Economics and Science provides the perfect foundation for a career in this sought-after industry.
In the BSc course, students can combine their penchant for technology and business with the French language and an international environment. In their future careers, students will need coordination skills and the ability to take account of cultural differences in their working methods and approaches. It is precisely this sense of culture, language and communication that the Franco-German Institute of Technology, Economics and Science imparts to students in addition to the important construction expertise acquired in the European Construction Management degree course.
Students will consistently develop their international competences in two semesters in France and two semesters in Luxembourg. Of course, everything revolves around the building itself: who creates the concept of the building? What planning tasks are involved and who carries them out? Who ensures that a structure functions in accordance with its intended use? How does one keep track of general conditions such as costs, deadlines or the client’s requirements? These are questions that our course of study equips graduates, as engineers, to answer with ease in their future professional lives.
Depending on the client and the location of the building, the profession of civil engineer with a focus on management will be very diverse in the future. Graduates will be able to work for construction companies, planning offices with a focus on project management, investors, real estate companies, large industrial companies or public institutions, for example.