Faculty Spatial Development and Infrastructure Systems
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INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE TROPICS AND SUBTROPICS - ITT
Future through Cooperation - Exceeding International Challenges
The changing conditions of a globalized world require flexibility and high quality in both teaching and research in higher education. The expansion of international scientific-technical cooperation is the appropriate answer to this challenge.
The Institute for Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (ITT) promotes this process by providing instruction, research and technology transfer services. The ITT sees itself as an interdisciplinary, intercultural and international interface with the goal of enabling people of varying technical and cultural backgrounds the capacity for wide ranging cooperation and to promote cooperation at the university and post-graduate level. Via interdisciplinary courses and applied research in cooperation with partners in both Germany and throughout the world the ITT meets these goals.
For further information about the ITT please visit: http://www.tt.th-koeln.de
M.Sc. Natural Resources Management and Development
The master program starts in the winter term of each academic year. The program is equivalent to 120 ECTS, (one ECTS equals around 30 hours of workload) according to the European system.
The master program NRM has been accredited by the “Agency of Quality Assurance through Accreditation of study programs AQAS e.V.”.
To know more about the Master NRM and their Structure at ITT please visit the website:http://www.nrm-master.info/nrm-international/
Technische Hochschule Köln (TH Köln)
Technische Hochschule Köln – abbreviated as TH Köln – University of Applied Sciences – sees itself as University of Technology, Arts, Sciences. With its disciplinary and cultural diversity and openness, TH Köln’s activities are aimed on cultural and technological breakthroughs of high societal relevance; TH Köln contributes substantially to resolving social challenges. As a community of faculty and students we see ourselves as a learning organization forging new paths. For instance, TH Köln is one of the pioneers in the field of development and formation of concepts for higher education didactics.
For further information please visit:http://www.th-koeln.de/en/