|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 year|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Bachelors degree in a related business field + 2 years working experience in a related field
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
At least 1 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
- Please also attach a CV to your documents.
The dynamic domains of facility and real estate management are becoming increasingly intertwined. When it comes to creating an optimal environment for working, caring or living, real estate and facilities are inextricably linked. Strategic challenges require an integral approach in order to achieve business objectives. This creates a need for experts who can collaborate across disciplinary borders and who have the right knowledge to enable them to place the challenges in a broad perspective. The Master Facility and Real Estate Management (FREM) raises your competence to an academic level. It is intended for students who are aiming to fulfil a role at management or policy making level or who want to manage complex projects. The programme is aligned with the real world of work and is regularly updated based on the most recent scientific insights.
The Master Facility and Real Estate Management (FREM) raises your competence to an academic level. It is intended for students who are aiming to fulfil a role at management or policy making level or who want to manage complex projects. The programme is aligned with the real world of work and is regularly updated based on the most recent scientific insights.
The course takes twelve months in the full-time programme. It consists of five modules and is concluded with a master thesis.
Strategic Business Management zooms in on leadership and business strategies and their impact on primary and supportive processes within organisations. You will come to consider how the (organisation of) supportive processes may contribute to organisational goals in a balanced way.
Strategic Building Management pays attention to long term real estate strategies. It discusses property valuation of buildings and how to develop an improvement plan that aims to increase the building performance for its users.
Strategic Asset Management focuses on the financial perspective of a real estate portfolio. The central question is how the portfolio performance can be improved from a financial perspective. To do so, management information is collected and analysed.
Strategic Facility Management is about the added value of buildings, housing and facilities. This includes how to organise facilities, service levels, insourcing and outsourcing, procurement, and contract and supply chain management.
Academic skills prepares you for the work on your master thesis. You learn how to assess and select sources and how to critically evaluate research reports. You also learn about research design and research methods and you apply this knowledge to develop a proposal for your master thesis.
The master thesis concludes the programme. This module gives you the opportunity to do research into complex real-life issues within the facility and real estate profession.
After this master degree programme you will be ready for management functions at a strategic level in the facility and real estate sector in both profit and non-profit organisations. A Master of Science qualification makes you an interesting candidate for positions within internationally oriented organisations. You can grow faster in your career and are equipped to handle complex projects and positions in policy development.