HFT Stuttgart’s MEng in International Project Management (IPM) is designed for professionals in the fields of construction, infrastructure or engineering; equipping them to take leading roles in complex international projects.
Attracting experienced postgraduates from around the world, our Master’s programme offers two specialisations, IBPM and IITM. The specialisations IBPM - International Building Project Management provides you with the knowledge and tools to structure and manage complex superstructure projects: either self-employed, as a lead consultant for an international company or as a leading architect or engineer. The specialization IITM - International Infrastructure Technology & Management will equip you with the technical and managerial skills to successfully develop and implement strategies for large-scale infrastructure projects.
Every student must choose one of the two specialisations. Although most of the IPM classes are general project management classes and therefore held jointly, a small portion of the IPM curriculum is dedicated to the specializations to ensure that each field is thoroughly covered.
Students acquire the soft skills and the in-depth knowledge of the latest tools, processes and organisational methods that are essential to deliver successful international projects.
Our flexible, modular structure allows students to study full time or to combine their studies with part-time work to gain both academic learning and practical experience.
Students may also gain an MBA from Liverpool John Moores University by adding an additional semester of study in the United Kingdom.