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Course Description

The master´s program ClimaDesign is focused on synergistic planning approaches and holistic strategies for climate-responsive and energy-efficient buildings and cities. The postgraduate master’s degree program ClimaDesign is intended to further the specialization and scientific research of energy-efficient planning and construction, building climatology, and architectural design quality. ClimaDesign also prepares individuals for key positions in professional and research and development settings at the national and international level. The interdisciplinary, the global growing network climadesign as well as the practical reference to professional planners from the industry as well as renowned architects and engineers, the part time study in compact block weeks and the readapted teaching that is based on current topics of the time is unique in its form.
For more information have a look at our video "Study ClimaDesign" on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LyY9Vxgsj8A

Visit the ClimaDesign page on the Technische Universität München website for more details!

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Entry Requirements

Qualified applicants are graduates in the field of architecture, civil engineering, environmental engineering, supply engineering or similar engineering disciplines related to building design and construction with a qualifying university degree of at least 210 ECTS, acquired at a national or international university. In addition, at least one year of relevant work experience is required after earning an academic degree concerning the built environment, as well as passing an aptitude test and a personal selection interview.

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