Resource Efficiency in Architecture and Planning (REAP)

Abschluss: 
Master
Abschluss Master: 
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Regelstudienzeit: 
4 Semester
Startsemester: 
nur Wintersemester
Studienform: 
Internationaler Studiengang
Vollzeitstudium
Fachbereich: 
Ingenieurwissenschaften
Sachgebiet: 
Achitektur
Zulassungsmodus: 
örtliche Zulassungsbeschränkung

NC-Werte

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Akkreditierung: 
ja
Hauptunterrichtssprache: 
Englisch
Besonderheiten: 
ohne Studienbeiträge
Zielgruppe: 
[keine Angabe]
Zulassungsvoraussetzung: 
[keine Angabe]
Anmerkung zum Studienbeitrag: 

The semester fee of approx. 335.00 euros includes the cost of the HVV semester ticket, which entitles the holder to use local public transport in the entire Hamburg metropolitan region.

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The Master of Science Degree Programme REAP – “Resource Efficiency in Architecture and Planning” is an international and interdisciplinary programme at HafenCity University Hamburg that is concerned with sustainable planning on different scales.

It aims to enable participants to promote sustainable architecture and urban development in different geographical and cultural settings.

Lectures and seminars are grouped around the central project work: real-time, real-world case studies, in which students, with help and guidance from faculty, develop recommendations and solutions for applied tasks. 

The REAP programme consists of 17 study modules taught over 2 academic years. During their studies, REAP students will obtain knowledge and skills within the following areas:

  • Sustainability 
  • Water, Material and Energy Cycles in the city 
  • Resource efficient urban technologies and infrastructure
  • Economics and administration of buildings and urban services
  • Legal and policy instruments
  • Urban Planning on different scales
  • Skills development: dimensioning, preception, assessment and decision making in the field of sustainable resource technologies
  • Research methods and decision support techniques

REAP is not an architectural design course.

The master course is not focused on a single discipline -
it is interdisciplinary and follows an integrative and multidimensional planning approach.