Master's Degree in Sustainable Intervention in the Built Environment (MISMeC)

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Master's degree in Sustainable Intervention in the Built Environment (MISMeC)

Vallès School of Architecture (ETSAV)

The master's degree in Sustainable Intervention in the Built Environment (master's degree website) aims to produce graduates with advanced conceptual and technological knowledge of the urban environment to improve sustainability and manage projects involving intervention in the fields of architecture, building construction, urban design and infrastructure.

Duration and start date
One academic year, 60 ECTS credits. Starting September
Timetable and delivery
Mornings and afternoons. Face-to-face
Fees and grants
Approximate fees for the master’s degree, excluding other costs (does not include non-teaching academic fees and issuing of the degree certificate):
€1,660 (€6,331 for non-EU residents).
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Language of instruction

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Vallès School of Architecture (ETSAV)

Official degree
Recorded in the Ministry of Education's degree register
General requirements
Academic requirements for admission to master's degrees
Pre-enrolment period open.
Expected deadline:  30/06/2024.

How to pre-enrol
How to enrol
Legalisation of foreign documents
All documents issued in non-EU countries must be legalised and bear the corresponding apostille.

Second semester

  • CompulsoryECTS
  • OptionalECTS
  • ProjectECTS
Double-degree pathways at the UPC
  • Master's degree in Sustainable Intervention in the Built Environment (MISMeC) + Master's degree in Sustainability Science and Technology
Check the degree’s main quality indicators in the University Studies in Catalonia portal of Catalan University Quality Assurance Agency. Find information on topics such as degree evaluation results, student satisfaction and graduate employment data.
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