(2 years, NOTE tuition 1st year US$15000, 2nd year US$9000)
Master of Engineering International Construction and Project Management (ICPM)
The Department of Construction Management is part of the School of Civil Engineering that is one of China’s leading institutions for teaching and research. The School has international profile with leading researchers working across many disciplines.
China is the fastest growing economy in the world. In the next ten years it will be one of the leading economies in the world. The construction sector in China is now the largest single market, with over 35 million people working in the sector. The industry has modernized and is growing in influence overseas. Chinese materials, contractors, and design specialists are now exporting their products and skills to help the development in many overseas countries.
The Master of Engineering in International Construction Project Management (ICPM) program aims to broaden and deepen students' knowledge of contemporary issues in the leadership, strategic management and delivery of international projects to provide value to stakeholders and society as a whole. The unique characteristic of this program is to expose students to a new way of thinking, and to create awareness of how Chinese organizations operate, manage, and delivery projects in the fast-changing world. The program is practice-oriented. Students will be taught to think creatively, to be innovative with new ideas, and to use tools and techniques for effective management of projects. Students will be taught about problem solving, leadership, and the exploitation of technology. This is a unique opportunity to embrace Chinese culture and thinking and to engage in the world of international construction.