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This master in Construction Management is a 9-month university program designed to equip you with the management and business skills to succeed and lead in the construction sector. Aimed at engineers and architects, this program is the only specialised MBA in construction in Spain, and has been recognised by El Mundo newspaper as the number one urban development master’s degree.
As part of the construction management program, you will study a module on international markets and have the opportunity to complete internships in Spain and Latin America with companies like ACS, FCC and Sacyr.
|Start: 20 oct. 2023||Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid|
|9 months||School of Architecture, Engineering and Design - Madrid|
It's the only specialised MBA in the construction sector, aimed at engineers and architects. It’s focused on managerial skills and competencies and business administration.
Students enjoy technical and professional teaching imparted by professionals in the field of construction.
Professor on the Master's Degree in Construction Management MBA
During the postgraduate degree, I acquired the knowledge I needed relating to construction company organisation, procurement and sub-contracting procedures, planning, financial management, project management and more.
Former student, Master's Degree in International Construction Management - MBA.
In-company internships are a key part of your training. Gaining experience based on what you have learnt in your degree is the best way to enter the job market.
If you would like to improve your work experience before finishing your university studies, you can do an extracurricular internship. You can do one in any academic year, but we would remind you that internships are a training complement to your studies. Therefore, the more knowledge you’ve already acquired over the course of your programme, the more you’ll benefit from the internship experience.
Develop your personal and leadership skills at the Universidad Europea. Internships are a key element of your postgraduate training. Gaining experience related to what you’ve learnt on your degree programme is the best way to enter the labour market, and to make the most of your university experience.
With this sector-specific MBA, you’ll be able to work as:
In the El Mundo ranking for 9 years. A specialised MBA focused on the construction business.
Since it is such a globalised sector, the internships available include places abroad.
Internships have been done previously at FCC, Sacyr, ACS, Ferrovial, Acciona, OHL, Cobra and more.
Start your future at Universidad Europea
You can become a student at Universidad Europea in three easy steps.
Start your admission process by calling +34 917407272 or request information and our advisors will contact you.
Once you have been admitted, secure your place by paying the reservation fee.
Submit the required documents to formalise your enrolment.
Marta Dampierre Garralón
Many universities around the world offer master’s or MBA’s related to the construction industry. However, Spain is a great option to choose to study your programme because of the presence of some of the largest construction companies in the world. If you choose to study at Universidad Europea, you can complete internships with companies like ACS, FCC and Sacyr.
Yes. Studying an MBA in Construction Management is worth it because you will not also gain specific industry knowledge, but also work on key skills like communication, leadership and teamwork, to be able to lead in the sector once you graduate.
Both construction management and civil engineering are important and valuable fields, but they have different focuses and career paths.
Civil engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the built environment, including structures such as buildings, roads, bridges, and water supply systems. Construction management focuses more on the management and coordination of construction projects, including planning, budgeting, scheduling, and supervising construction work.
In terms of which is better, it really depends on your interests and career goals. If you enjoy the technical aspects of engineering and want to be involved in designing and building structures, then civil engineering may be a better fit for you, so you could consider the Degree in Civil Engineering at Universidad Europea. On the other hand, if you are more interested in the management and coordination of construction projects, then construction management may be a better fit.
The MBA in International Construction Management at Universidad Europea is the only specialised MBA in the construction sector in Spain and is aimed at engineers and architects. The study plan takes on a two-pronged approach – you can choose a research path or professional path.
Choose the professional path if you want to do an in-company internship, and the research path if you want to start a PhD.