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Top Master's Programs in Building Technology in Europe 2019

The higher educational pursuit of building technology integrates knowledge of environmentally sound construction methods and technology-based architecture to provide those designing the buildings of the future with the foundation and keystones necessary to succeed.

Master's in Building Technology in Europe

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Structuralia

BIM is defined as a collaborative work methodology for the management of building projects and civil works through a digital model of the project, which in turn is a larg ... [+]

Master's degree recognized by the Professional Certification Agency, ACP, for access to professional certification as BIM Manager

Master's degree with the University of Isabel I

BIM is defined as a collaborative work methodology for the management of building projects and civil works through a digital model of the project, which in turn is a large database for all agents involved since the idea originated project until the end of its useful life.

But, what is BIM really?

BIM is the acronym of Building Information Modeling, To define this new methodology of collaborative work we will use each of the words that form this acronym.

The B of "Building", refers not only to the design or construction of, but to the complete life cycle. The use of the BIM goes beyond the project phases, covering all the execution of the same and extending over the life cycle of the building allowing the management of the same reducing operating costs.... [-]

Spain Spain Online
September 2019
Full-time
18 
Online
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Structuralia

The BIM methodology is a true technological revolution for the infrastructure production and management chain. The advantages of use are appreciable in all phases of the ... [+]

Master's degree recognized by the Professional Certification Agency, ACP, for access to professional certification as BIM Manager

Master's degree with the University of Isabel I

BIM is defined as a collaborative work methodology for the management of building projects and civil works through a digital model of the project, which in turn is a great database for all the agents involved since the project idea was born until the end of its useful life.

But, what is BIM really?

BIM is the acronym of Building Information Modeling, To define this new methodology of collaborative work we will use each of the words that form this acronym.

The B of "Building", refers not only to the design or construction of the infrastructure, but to the entire life cycle. The use of the BIM goes beyond the project phases, covering all the execution of the same and extending over the life cycle of the building allowing the management of the same reducing operating costs.... [-]

Spain Spain Online
September 2019
Full-time
19 
Online
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University Of Bergamo

The two-year Master in Building Engineering aims at forming professional individuals with extensive multi-disciplinary expertise, able to operate in the Building compartm ... [+]

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The two-year Master in Building Engineering aims at forming professional individuals with extensive multi-disciplinary expertise, able to operate in the Building compartment. The course completes the education achieved by the 1st-level graduate, by supplying higher-order competencies for direct insertion in the job market or for further education in specialised contexts or advanced scientific and technological sectors.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The main professional opportunities could be outlined as follows: senior chartered engineer or consultant, building and structural designer (including for dynamic and seismic engineering problems), restoration technician, project manager, employee at engineering and construction companies, real estate agencies, private and public administrations and institutions.... [-]

Italy Bergamo
October 2019
Full-time
Campus
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