Construction Management & Engineering

Welcome at the 4TU Master in Construction Management and Engineering. The MSc programme anticipates on the growing need for change and reform in the construction industry.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

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Prospective students
The CME Master's programme
The challenge of Construction Management & Engineering

The Master in Construction Management and Engineering (CME) is a two-year English taught Master’s programme. It addresses the growing need for reforms within the building and construction (BC) industry and teaches students how to deal with present and future transitions. The BC industry is currently under a lot of pressure, as there is an increasing need for greater transparency, client orientation and innovation. Furthermore, today’s society is longing for a shift towards more sustainable solutions.
Prospective students
The best of three worlds
Complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in a dynamic environment are calling for a new breed of manager able to competently combine engineering and organisation skills. Today's construction industry is changing fast. New techniques, shifting roles, complex logistics and globalization are only some of the factors affecting the character and management of projects.
Prospective students
Apply for the CME Master's programme
In order to be admitted you should possess a BSc degree from an accredited institute in a related field such as Civil engineering, Structural Engineering, Construction Engineering, Architecture, Technology and Management
Your grades should be good. Applicants should speak and write English to IELTS 6.5 or equivalent
Current students
Courses at the 3 locations
Within the 3TU CME framework, each location has its own specialisation. This makes it possible for students to benefit from the best of three academic worlds and to specialise in particular fields within CME.
Current students
Contact information at the 3 locations
If you have any questions regarding the Master's programme in Construction Management & Engineering, please contact our Programme Directors, Programme Developer, Study Advisors or search for our lecturers, staff or the offices for educational affairs.


You can click here to find the contact information.
After graduation
After graduation
Career opportunities for CME graduates can be found across the full spectrum of the building and construction industry, at home and abroad. Instead of directly working in the building- and construction industry, now there is the opportunity to follow one of the Post-Master's designers programmes in Civil engineering at the 4TU Stan Ackermans Institute.
The PDEng (Professional Doctorate in Engineering) programmes in Civil Engineering train and educate MSc graduates to become a qualified designer, capable of designing ‘fit for purpose’ and ‘first of its kind’ products, processes and equipment. It encourages to actively look beyond the perimeters of a discipline and to recognise the challenges and restrictions imposed by product chain management, time and money. During design projects the student brings industrial and academic knowledge together and apply them in real industrial assignments. A PDEng programme is fulltime and takes two years to complete. During the programme, the trainee spends about half your time working on the design project in a company and during the other part of the programme he/she will attain courses.
PhD, PDEng or working in Industry

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Construction Management & Engineering

Latest updates

Prospective students
The CME Master's programme
The challenge of Construction Management & Engineering

The Master in Construction Management and Engineering (CME) is a two-year English taught Master’s programme. It addresses the growing need for reforms within the building and construction (BC) industry and teaches students how to deal with present and future transitions. The BC industry is currently under a lot of pressure, as there is an increasing need for greater transparency, client orientation and innovation. Furthermore, today’s society is longing for a shift towards more sustainable solutions.
Prospective students
The best of three worlds
Complex, innovative and multidisciplinary projects in a dynamic environment are calling for a new breed of manager able to competently combine engineering and organisation skills. Today's construction industry is changing fast. New techniques, shifting roles, complex logistics and globalization are only some of the factors affecting the character and management of projects.
Prospective students
Apply for the CME Master's programme
In order to be admitted you should possess a BSc degree from an accredited institute in a related field such as Civil engineering, Structural Engineering, Construction Engineering, Architecture, Technology and Management
Your grades should be good. Applicants should speak and write English to IELTS 6.5 or equivalent
Current students
Courses at the 3 locations
Within the 3TU CME framework, each location has its own specialisation. This makes it possible for students to benefit from the best of three academic worlds and to specialise in particular fields within CME.
Current students
Contact information at the 3 locations
If you have any questions regarding the Master's programme in Construction Management & Engineering, please contact our Programme Directors, Programme Developer, Study Advisors or search for our lecturers, staff or the offices for educational affairs.


You can click here to find the contact information.
After graduation
After graduation
Career opportunities for CME graduates can be found across the full spectrum of the building and construction industry, at home and abroad. Instead of directly working in the building- and construction industry, now there is the opportunity to follow one of the Post-Master's designers programmes in Civil engineering at the 4TU Stan Ackermans Institute.
The PDEng (Professional Doctorate in Engineering) programmes in Civil Engineering train and educate MSc graduates to become a qualified designer, capable of designing ‘fit for purpose’ and ‘first of its kind’ products, processes and equipment. It encourages to actively look beyond the perimeters of a discipline and to recognise the challenges and restrictions imposed by product chain management, time and money. During design projects the student brings industrial and academic knowledge together and apply them in real industrial assignments. A PDEng programme is fulltime and takes two years to complete. During the programme, the trainee spends about half your time working on the design project in a company and during the other part of the programme he/she will attain courses.
PhD, PDEng or working in Industry

Publications