Complex, innovative, and multidisciplinary projects in a dynamic environment require a new breed of engineers who are able to expertly combine engineering knowledge with management skills.
If you see yourself in this role, our Master’s in Construction Management and Engineering is the right programme for you. It is a logical next step if you have a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering Management, Advanced Technology or Mechanical Engineering.
The two-year MSc in Construction Management and Engineering is an internationally oriented programme and is taught entirely in English. You can start in September or February. The pre-Master's programme only starts in September. Read more about the Master's programme Construction Management and Engineering, the pre-master's programme and admission. Or check out the information about career prospects and read some student testimonials.You can also sign up to be a Student for a Day!
New techniques, shifting roles, complicated logistics and globalization are having a major impact on the nature of construction projects.
The Master's programme in Construction Management and Engineering (CME) can train you to be exactly that kind of engineer. A hands-on expert who is able to combine the technical aspects of civil engineering projects with the non-technical dimension.
The 4TU Master’s programme in CME uses cutting-edge technology to dissect and understand processes which integrate governance issues, societal trends and management methodologies. Key areas of study in the University of Twente’s CME programme include sustainable building, public-private governance, industrialization, and digitalization in engineering and construction, supply chain management and risk management. This broad programme has been developed in close association with the construction industry and is not only project-based but also geared to process and design.
The Master’s in Construction Management and Engineering is a full-time, two-year programme worth 120 credits (EC). With its clear international orientation, this English-taught programme will enable you to tackle the construction sector’s key problems, which are international in scope and affected by global trends. On graduation you will earn the title of Master of Science (MSc).
not exactly your area of interest?
If your interests in the field of Civil Engineering are focused on other areas of expertise, for example Water Engineering, Traffic and Transport, or Sustainability, then take a look at our other Civil Engineering Master’s programme at the UT. This programme, called Civil Engineering and Management (CEM), is a broad technical Master’s programme that offers you the opportunity to refine your technical skills. If you opt for the Construction Management and Engineering specialization within CEM, then you can supplement your studies with courses from the Water Engineering specialization and Transportation Engineering specialization. Read more about Civil Engineering and Management.