English-taught Master programs
Anhalt University of Applied Sciences offers eight international, fully English-taught Master-level programs.
Please contact the individual program’s co-ordinator on issues regarding the application for these programs (preconditions, deadlines etc.). Please consult the following table to find the right contact:
Membrane Structures (distance)
Membrane Structures is a degree course that is unique in the world. It is aimed at graduates from the fields of Civil Engineering, Architecture, Geoinformatics, Mechanical Engineering, Facility Management, Industrial Engineering and from other areas. Over four semesters, students are provided with extensive specialist knowledge in the field of building with membrane structures – all in English. As an almost entirely Internet-based degree, it is possible to study and work from practically anywhere in the world. The three semester learning phase with one week of attendance time each (and Internet supervision) is followed by the fourth semester with the Master’s thesis. This international degree course brings together international membrane building experts at the historical Bauhaus – and trains specialists for textile building for whom new opportunities are opened up worldwide.
|Exam||Master of Engineering|
|Requirements||Qualified degree in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Geodesy, Surveying or comparable degree courses and at least one year of practical professional experience|
|Course duration||4 Semester (60 Credits)|
|Start of the course||Sommersemester|
|Major fields of study|
|Notes||Application deadline: 15 January|
The course starts four weeks before the regular summer term.
Tuition fees Contact:
Executive Assistant/Management Study Programs
Phone: +49 340 5197 3745
Fax: +49 340 5197 3733
|Accreditation||Degree course accredited by AQAS|
|Department||3 - Architecture, Facility Management and Geoinformation|
|Academic subject adviser||Prof. Dr. Robert Off|
|Prüfungs- und Studienordnung||6_MA_FMS_PSO_2013_Neufass_2016.pdf|
|Studiengangsflyer||Membrane Structures (distance).pdf|