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Students who are unable to travel can start online in virtual learning classrooms, which includes live sessions with the lecturers and professors. Then, students can travel to Germany later and continue studying on-campus.
Soaring urban populations are putting a strain on city infrastructures like transportation systems and public spaces. We need experts who can visualise the concepts and motivate teams to design and deliver innovative solutions for the future. Our Smart City Design master's specialisation aims to fill the skill gap and train the urban innovators and planners of tomorrow.
Get our brochure today for more information about our innovative Smart City Design (M.A.) programme.
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Admission requirements are as follows:
• Recognised Bachelor's degree
• English language proficiency certificate
- TOEFL (at least 72 out of 120)
- IELTS (at least 6 out of 9)
• CV (curriculum vitae)
• Motivation statement
• Letter of recommendation (by your lecturer or employer)
• Personal interview (optional)
Applicants with a bachelor's degree of 180 ECTS study a four-semester programme, while applicants with 210 ECTS may join the three-semester programme.
6,500 € per semester
One-off registration fee
• 500 € (EU students)
• 750 € (Non EU students)
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