Building and Property Management/Facility Management

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Building and Property Management/ Facility Management M.Eng./M.Sc. consecutive

In the construction industry, there has been a fundamental shift from new construction to systematic maintenance. Building renovation and management accounted for more than two thirds of construction activity. This trend continues. The future tasks of the industry can no longer be solved with conventional study content. This degree program was created with the aim of meeting this long-term economic need, and includes a broad spectrum of practice-relevant topics. With this degree program, students achieve a direct professional qualification for the construction and management of real estate, meeting the demands of today's economy.

The degree program teaches engineering, business administration, law and management.

The training is scientifically sound and application-oriented. After four semesters, doctoral qualification and aptitude for access to higher civil service are achieved.

Graduates who have successfully completed their academic studies will assume leading management functions within the scope of the entire life cycle of real estate.

We consider the entire life cycle of a property

We consider the entire life cycle of a building. The focus is on a comprehensive view of the building and its effects on people and the environment. Our goal is to train generalists who achieve an optimal interaction between building and user at the interface between technology, economy, law and environment through integral planning. This approach makes it possible for our graduates to enable efficient and sustainable operation of real estate over the entire lifecycle up to the point of realisation (sale or demolition). We call this facility management. Not only the primary processes are considered, but also the secondary processes. Against this backdrop, we have integrated lecturers from all areas of the private and public sectors into our teaching. Project supervisors, building and real estate managers are just as much a part of our teaching staff as lawyers and specialist planners of technical building equipment and services. All of them incorporate their experience and knowledge into their teaching and prepare our graduates for a successful start to their careers.

What's in store for you

The modular structure of the degree program means that there is no mandatory assignment of the individual modules to individual semesters. This gives students the opportunity to accelerate their studies. The courses for this purpose are regularly held on Fridays and Saturdays as block events.

The scientifically based and application-oriented training comprises content from the following areas:

  • Corporate management
  • Property valuation
  • Building preservation
  • Facility management

Through a multitude of options from the first semester onwards, students can design their course of studies according to their own preferences and define personal focuses and specifications.

Upon successful completion of all required modules (100 ECTS) and the master's thesis (20 ECTS), graduates will be awarded either the academic title Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) or Master of Sciences (M. Sc.) on the basis of the completed elective modules.

Personality-building and leadership-promoting events on rhetoric, negotiation and discussion, leadership and conflict management, as well as organisational events on time and knowledge management are offered both as modules and taught in subject-related courses.

At a glance

Degree: Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)/Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Certification: AQUIN, GEFMA
Type of program: consecutive
Standard period of study: four semesters
ECTS credits: 120
Starting semester: summer or winter semester
Application deadline: January 15 and July 15
Extension of the application deadline: To August 15, 2017
Language: German

A needs-oriented degree program

Many opportunities are open to you during your studies and later in your career.

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Accreditation/certification

This degree program has additional forms of recognition.

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Coursework and exams (only available in German)

Prüfungsordnungen und alles Weitere zu Studien- und Prüfungsleistungen...

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Double Qualifications

You have the opportunity to acquire additional qualifications during your studies.

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A needs-oriented degree program

Many opportunities are open to you during your studies and later in your career.

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Accreditation/certification

This degree program has additional forms of recognition.

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Studien- und Prüfungsleistungen

Prüfungsordnungen und alles Weitere zu Studien- und Prüfungsleistungen...

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Double Qualifications

You have the opportunity to acquire additional qualifications during your studies.

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Program Structure (only available in German)

Semester 1Semester 2Semester 3Semester 4
Theorie Technischer Systeme (Grundlagen)
6 ECTS
Recht (Streitbeilegung und Streitführung)
6 ECTS
Komplexes wissenschaftliches Immobilienprojekt
10 ECTS
Komplexes wissenschaftliches Immobilienprojekt
(Fortführung)
Portfoliomanagement
6 ECTS
Bewertungsverfahren
5 ECTS
Vergabe- und Vertragswesen (FM)
6 ECTS
Masterarbeit
20 ECTS
Energie- und Umweltmanagement
6 ECTS
Wahlpflichtmodul
6 ECTS
Due Dilligence
6 ECTS
Wahlpflichtmodul
6 ECTS
Wahlpflichtmodul
6 ECTS
Wahlpflichtmodul
6 ECTS
Informationsmanagement
6 ECTS
Wahlpflichtmodul
6 ECTS
Wahlpflichtmodul
6 ECTS
Wahlpflichtmodul
6 ECTS

Program Structure (additional electives) (only available in German)

Study Guide 2018/19 (only available in German)

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Exam regulations, class schedule (only available in German)

Allgemeine Ordnung (PO-MaFbT)
PDF, 660 KB
Fachprüfungsordnung (FPO-MaBIM)
PDF, 325 KB
Stundenplan Master BIM
PDF, 737 KB
Änderungsordnung zu FPO-MaBIM vom 19.7.2017
PDF, 125 KB

Learning languages

The Language Center offers you the opportunity to improve your language skills. You can find the program for the Holzstrasse location here. All language lectures can be attended voluntarily to acquire an additional qualification.

Room schedules

 H1.10 | H2.10 | H2.13 | H2.23H2.25 | H2.27 | H2.29 | H2.31 | H3.12 | R2.06

Your professional prospects

A comparison of the number of graduates in the next few years and the demand results in an offer of three to four positions per student. Companies and organizations in the following areas have a long-term need:

  • Commercial: Real estate departments of banks and insurance companies, offices, trade, building leasing
  • Industry: Train station and airport operators, supply and disposal companies, transport companies, real estate funds
  • Churches: Building departments, social services, hospitals and nursing homes
  • Public sector: Municipal building management, owner-occupied enterprises, building yards
  • Housing industry: Property developers, technical departments
  • Project developers
  • Project management offices
  • Engineering and architectural offices
  • Consulting (operating concepts, energy management)
  • Contractors
  • Suppliers of technical building equipment
  • Building services companies
  • Property management companies
  • Facility services companies
  • Providers of private-public partnerships (PPP)  

Networking beyond the university

Studying and family

Mainz University of Applied Sciences guarantees all students childcare facilities for children starting at the age of six months. For further information on the network of daycare providers or the on-campus nursery school (Kita Campulino) please go to: Studies/While studying/Studying with a child

Mainz University of Applied Sciences has been awarded the basic certificate "Family-friendly university".

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Women in the engineering profession

The percentage of women among students in the field of civil engineering is currently 25 percent and rising. We would be happy to see this number continue to increase.

Semester abroad/partner universities

The civil engineering department maintains contacts with partner universities around the world.

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Why study in Mainz?

The city of Mainz am Rhein is strongly influenced by the students of Mainz University of Applied Sciences and of Johannes Gutenberg University.

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AStA (Students' Union), StuPa (Student Parliament), Student Reps of the Construction Department

The three most important representatives of students at the University.

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Who to contact