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The Master in Construction Research, Technology and Management in Europe (former Master in European Construction Engineering) is a full-time postgraduate one year course organised by eight European Universities from Spain, Denmark, Portugal, Italy, Germany and France who have agreed to contribute towards its development and operation. It extends the provision of the existing course, which commenced in October 1991.

Moreover, this is an official programme of the University of Cantabria, which has been recognised through resolution of the Provincial Government on 16 February 2006 as official programme. This means that the student will have an official recognition of 60 ECTS, which could allow him to study a doctorate if he has 300 ECTS in total.

During the course the student will spend periods of residence and study in at least two European countries: Spain and Germany.

On successful completion of the programme students are entitled to the award of the Master in Construction Research, Technology and Management in Europe.

Graduates receive a certificate signed by the rectors and registrars of all the participating universities. At the same time, graduates from the Master will receive the diploma issued by the University of Cantabria, as one of its official studies, ratified by the Spanish Ministry of Education.

There are good career prospects for graduates from this course whose sites are set on European mobility. A range of opportunities exists for further career development.



Member of the CIVVIH

Juan A. García-Esparza, senior lecturer at Universitat Jaume I (UJI) and Academic Chair of the Historic Centres and Cultural Routes of Castellón, has been appointed member of the International Committee on Historic Towns and Villages (CIVVIH), working committee specialised in historic cities and towns of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).

Building engineer by the Universitat Politècnica de València, Master in Cultural Heritage by the Universitat de València (2007-2008) and PhD. in Cultural Heritage (2011) by the same institution, the researcher has taken part in numerous research projects related with Architectural Heritage and the Energy Retrofit of buildings. From the results of some of the research projects and contracts he has directed, several papers of high indexation have been published, a patent has been obtained (2013) and a national prize has been awarded (2015).

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