Sustainable Real Estate

  • German
  • Munich
  • Blended
  • April every year
  • 15 weeks
  • 7.550 €, Discounts available

Transformation to sustainable real estate

Sustainable Real Estate –  Transformation to sustainable real estate

In this part of the blended-learning certificate program Sustainable Real Estate, participants acquire the methods and strategies for the concrete implementation of a sustainable real estate project at the stakeholder and company level via self-paced learning and in interdisciplinary groups on site in Munich.

At the same time, the program provides an overview of the latest – analog and digital – construction technologies.

Based on real case studies and guided by TUM experts from the fields of architecture, engineering and economics, and in dialogue with experts from the real estate industry, participants learn in small groups to understand the relevant issues in an integral and process-oriented manner.

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  • Certificate: After successful completion of the certificate program and individual final exam, participants will receive a certificate from the Technical University of Munich.
  • Duration (in weeks): 15
  • Language: German
  • Academic Responsibility: Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Konrad Nübel
    TUM School of Engineering and Design, Chair for Construction, Real Estate, Management
  • Module(s): • Kick-off: 17.04., 18.04.2023
    • Module 1 - Actor behavior: 28.04., 29.04., 12.05., 13.05.2023
    • Module 2 - Building materials and methods update: 26.05., 27.05., 16.06., 17.06.2023
    • Module 3 - Transformation: 30.06., 01.07. 14.07., 15.07.2023
    • Excursion 26.05.-27.05.2023 (part of module 2)
    • Examination 27.07.2023
    • Symposium 28.07.2023
  • Continuing Education Points: ECTS points can be earned with the certificate.
  • Credibility (i.e. for EMBAs): 15 ECTS
  • Target group: Please check "Sustainable Real Estate Program" page.
  • Format: blended-learning: online & on campus
  • Location: Munich
  • Program fee: 7.550€
  • Discounts: 10% discount for TUM Alumni and members or employees of our strategic cooperation partners (see below)
  • Access requirements: Please check "Sustainable Real Estate Program" page.
  • Application Deadline: Application round 1: Including March 15, 2023 Application round 2: Including April 2, 2023

*Based on our experience, the German tax benefits help many of our participants to self-finance their education as these can be worth of up to 50% of tuition fees and program related travel costs. Please, consult your personal tax advisor for more details. For participants of our programs residing outside Germany this might be applicable, please check the situation with the local tax authorities in your country of residence.

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  • Getting to know the lecturers and students
  • Introduction to the program
  • Innovative Planning Models: What do innovative planning models for the negotiation process look like at the beginning of a project development?
  • Sustainable contract and process management: How can partnership contracts be designed sustainably and efficiently?
  • Sustainable Building Technologies: What is the latest in sustainable construction technologies?
  • Digitalization, Productive Construction: How “tech” do we need to be to plan and build sustainably?
  • Sustainable Corporate Governance: How can sustainability goals be strategically implemented at the corporate level?
  • Steady-state viable business models: How can the transformation of the real estate industry toward greater sustainability be shaped? And how can corporate succession in the real estate industry be ensured under the current transformation pressure?
  • Excursion to Vorarlberg – Sustainable Building Technologies
  • Guided tour loam, clay, earth
  • Input clay building + discussion
  • Best Practice – Visit
  • Update sustainable building technologies – State of the Art
  • Presentation of the best case studies
  • Best teaching award
  • Guest Lecture


  • Prof. Stefanie Jung, Lehrstuhl für Corporate Law, TUM
  • Prof. Thomas Bohn, Honorarprofessur Lehrstuhl für Bauprozessmanagement und Immobilienentwicklung, TUM
  • Prof. Torsten Grothmann, Honorarprofessur Lehrstuhl für Bauprozessmanagement und Immobilienentwicklung, TUM
  • Prof. Konrad Nübel, Lehrstuhl für Bauprozessmanagement, TUM
  • Prof. Michael Bühler, Lehrstuhl für Bauingenieurwesen, HTWG
  • Prof. Alexander Michalsky, Lehrstuhl für Baustatik und Baudynamik, HTWG
  • Prof. Florian Nagler, Lehrstuhl für Entwerfen und Konstruieren, TUM
  • Prof. Bing Zhu, Lehrstuhl für Immobilienentwicklung, TUM
  • Prof. Matthias Ottmann, Hornorarprofessur Lehrstuhl für Raumentwicklung, TUM
  • Christian Bretthauer (DV Immobilien)
  • Dr. Gerhard Spieß (Kanzlei Döring und Spieß)
  • Camilla Bretthauer (DV Immobilien)
  • Dr. Benno Vocke (Bayerische Hausbau)
  • Prof. Werner Sobek (Werner Sobek AG)
  • Josef Geiger (Geigergruppe)
  • Dirk Dittrich (EDGE)
  • Konrad Hedemann (Patrizia AG)
  • Norman Meyer (Consis)
  • Dr. Gerald Reger (Kanzlei Noerr)
  • Dr. Florian Kornblum (BohnZirleWagen)
  • Dr. Sandra Schuster, TUM
  • Martin Rauch (Lehm, Ton, Erde)
  • Susanne Eickermann-Riepe (RICS)

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