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Resource Efficiency in Architecture and Planning

Course Description

The Master Programme "Resource Efficiency in Architecture and Planning" REAP is an international and interdisciplinary programme at HCU Hamburg. It aims to enable participants to develop architecture and urban environment concepts in different geographical and cultural settings with a special focus on sustainability. While its main emphasis lies on technology for the provision of sustainable urban and building services, the programme also conquers new areas by investigating the socio-economic context in which these services are provided and managed. This includes understanding and addressing barriers to implementation.

Entry Requirements

- a Bachelor’s degree or recognised equivalent from an accredited institution in Architecture, Urban Planning, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, Law, Political Science, Business and Administration, Economics, Humanities or others with focus on REAP related fields; - relevant work experience (this may have been gained prior to or while being enrolled at university); - evidence of English language proficiency; - demonstrated strong interest as well as personal aims and objectives for the study in the Master of Science REAP programme.

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