Occupational profiles of graduates
The graduates of the “Facility and Real Estate Management” bachelor degree program are specialists who are much in demand in the following core industries: new construction, conversion and refurbishment planning; area management; property management and building operation; maintenance; facility services; energy, environmental and sustainability management; real estate project development and property development; real estate valuation; marketing, utilization and letting.
The graduates are involved in the analysis and optimization of area management processes by developing spatial concepts and by designing and redesigning. Ergonomics and workplace design are of great importance.
Due to the combination of business and technical course content, facility and real estate managers are capable of planning and coordinating inspections, maintenance and renovations. Facility and real estate managers are therefore important in companies that provide these services as well as companies where the maintenance concepts are applied.
Energy and environmental management are becoming increasingly more important due to the high potential for savings. The use of a holistic lifecycle approach enables facility and real estate managers to uncover hidden potential and use it to the company’s benefit. In this function they are important working for consulting firms and working internally for companies.
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