Research carried out in professional, business, and academic fields and associations of the construction sector has highlighted the clear need for highly-trained multidisciplinary professionals who can successfully direct the management of building procedures. This involves equipping participants with the expert knowledge and skills of all the aspects of the construction process.
This Master course outlines a training syllabus which is directly related to the new degree in Building Engineering based on the previous knowledge acquired on undergraduate programmes, and with the academic contribution of a highly-qualified teaching faculty willing to share their own professional experience with the students.
To provide students with a multidisciplinary top-level training base, adapted to current European trends which adapts to the real needs of the labour market of the construction sector and is focused on the integral management of all the building processes, particularly those related to the business, industrial and professional areas and local government. The MGIE provides the student with a training base in the technical, theoretical, technological and practical aspects of the building process and fosters the pursuit of knowledge transfer and continual improvement within the sector.
Students on the course must learn and be able to:
The participation of the following agents is required in the construction of a building:
The final quality of the building depends on the homogenous quality of each of the participating agents.
By focusing strongly on the roles of the different agents who intervene in the construction phases, this Master aims to broaden the professional's knowledge on the construction process as a whole.
You can gain admittance to a Master:
If you fulfill one of these requirements, you may start the any of the Master’s Admission Process at La Salle.
All students who successfully pass all the course subjects will receive a diploma of Master in Building Engineering Management, awarded by La Salle, as well as the official accredited MGIE degree from the Universitat Ramon Llull.
What do you have to do to study in La Salle?
1. Fill in the admission form. Download form
2. Submit the documents requested for the programme you want to study. Those students with finished studies from a foreign university, must bring a certificate from the university in their country which indicates that their degree is official in that country and that it allows its holder to study a master degree.
3. Receive the notification about your admission status.
4. Save your spot.
5. Formal enrollment, payment of the registration fee.
Registration will not be considered formalized till the total amount of the programme has been paid.
Funds & Grants
The working methodology is based on case studies of varying complexity which are presented by the course directors from each management area.
The size and complexity of these pre-selected, true-to-life case studies change as the student progresses on the course. Initially students start with small introductory projects, then they move on to medium-sized projects and eventually large-scale, more complex projects. The teachers will guide the students through the programmed modules by sharing their wealth of experience in the management of construction.
Students will be evaluated on the results of their final project work which puts their knowledge of the theoretical and practical content of each module to the test.
Given the global management aspect of the Master, students will have to pass all the modules in order to successfully complete the course and obtain the corresponding degree.