Urban Agglomerations, Master
Was sind "Urban Agglomerations"?
The Master's degree course is based on an integrated international orientation. It is organized and implemented by the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany, in cooperation with renowned international partner universities for an exchange course during the third semester.
The exposure to teaching and planning environments of different cultures forms an important intention of the degree course, contributing to intercultural sensibility and competencies.
The Master's degree course consists of four semesters. The specific study content during the first two semesters at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences provides the students with a broad understanding and basic knowledge of urban agglomerations
The modules concentrate on a structured study program and introduce and deal with all relevant topics, including planning, environmental infrastructure, mobility, governance, as well as social and cultural issues.
The third semester is an international exchange semester. The Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences has cooperation agreements with partner universities worldwide, offering master courses in similar fields.
In the fourth semester the students return to the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences to write their Master thesis.
Quelle: Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences vom 27.11.2018
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Zugangs- und Zulassungsvoraussetzungen
These come to about 3.000? for each the first, second and third semester. In the fourth semester the total is 2.000?
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