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1 CEEC Educational Project Identification of ‘Construction Economic Modules’ currently taught within EU Universities’ / Educational Institutions’ ‘Built environment’ courses ‘Built environment’ courses By Richard O’Carroll

2 Establish mutually acceptable standards of training and qualification Promote use of Construction Cost Economics across Europe Aims of the CEEC Education Commission outlined in CEEC Business Plan -Section 3.1 Transferability

3 Actions Required outlined in CEEC Business Plan -Section Delegations to issue contact names to Richard O’Carroll Delegations to issue contact names to Richard O’Carroll Draft letter to be completed by Delegate Members Draft letter to be completed by Delegate Members Questionnaire to be forwarded to Contact Questionnaire to be forwarded to Contact Delegations to chase up their respective University / Institution appointees for return of the completed forms Delegations to chase up their respective University / Institution appointees for return of the completed forms Return completed forms to Richard O’Carroll Return completed forms to Richard O’Carroll

4 Questionnaire from CEEC Education Commission Content Introduction (listing CEEC Targets from BP) Introduction (listing CEEC Targets from BP) Details of course: Details of course: Name of course, Parent discipline qualification (Arch ? / Eng ?) Name of course, Parent discipline qualification (Arch ? / Eng ?) Level of Qualification - Masters / Bachelors / Diploma etc Level of Qualification - Masters / Bachelors / Diploma etc Nr. of students graduating, Nr. of years of study, Nr. of weeks in academic year Nr. of students graduating, Nr. of years of study, Nr. of weeks in academic year European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) Proportional credits given to Construction Economics (Separate explanation of ECTS) European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) Proportional credits given to Construction Economics (Separate explanation of ECTS) Core subjects (per year) as well as their methods of assessment Core subjects (per year) as well as their methods of assessment To identify and explain what subjects they believe to be of CE content To identify and explain what subjects they believe to be of CE content To list what recognition the parent course already has from industry To list what recognition the parent course already has from industry

5 Participants Contributing Delegations Ireland – Dublin Institute of Technology Ireland – Dublin Institute of Technology Switzerland – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Switzerland – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne France – France – Germany – University of Stuggart Germany – University of Stuggart Czech Republic – Czech Technical University Prague Czech Republic – Czech Technical University Prague Finland – Metropolia University of Applied Science Finland – Metropolia University of Applied Science Holland – Hogeschool van Amhem en Nijmegen Holland – Hogeschool van Amhem en Nijmegen

6 Questionnaire Replies Findings: Ireland DIT BSc Degree in Construction Economics & Management 4 Years WT Switzerland EPFL Masters Degree in Architecture 1 Year WT France ??? Building and Construction Vocational Degree 1 Year WT Czech Republic CTUP B. Degree (& Masters) in Management & Economics in the Building Industry Years WT Finland MUAS B. Degree (& Masters) in Civil Engineering and Construction 4 +2Yrs WT Holland HvAeN ‘DACE Diploma in Cost Engineering’ 2 Years WT Germany USt Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture ?? Year WT

7 Questionnaire Replies Ireland Modules covered: Batchelor Degree in Construction Economics & Management

8 Questionnaire Replies Switzerland Modules covered: Masters Degree in Architecture - (1 Year Course)

9 Questionnaire Replies France Modules covered: Building & Construction Vocational Degree – 3rd Year option Construction Economics Option

10 Questionnaire Replies Germany Modules covered: Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture

11 Questionnaire Replies Czech Republic Modules covered: BSc Degree in Management & Economics in the Building Industry

12 Questionnaire Replies Finland Modules covered: BSc Degree (& Masters) in Civil Engineering and Construction No Core Subjects nor their respective approportionment of time / marks were provided. However, I have made contact with the appointed Contact by to pursue this information

13 Questionnaire Replies Holland Modules covered: BSc Degree in Management & Economics in the Building Industry No Core Subjects nor their respective approportionment of time / marks were provided. However, I have made contact with the appointed Contact by to pursue this information

14 Where to go from here ?

15 Consolidation of similar module content Consolidation of similar module content

16 Where to go from here ? Consolidation of similar module content that may lead to: Consolidation of similar module content that may lead to:

17 Where to go from here ? Consolidation of similar module content that may lead to: Consolidation of similar module content that may lead to: Inter-university mutual recognition of Common Core Subjects upon which courses or Inter university competitions can be set up and facilitated by the CEEC

18 Where to go from here ? Consolidation of similar module content that may lead to: Consolidation of similar module content that may lead to: Greater cross germination of ideas that Inter University research requires anyway - that again could be facilitated by CEEC involvement or association

19 Where to go from here ? Consolidation of similar module content that may lead to: Consolidation of similar module content that may lead to: Opportunity for greater participation as CEEC speakers at Conference events due to the knowledge and transparency of the CEEC agreed fundamental module criteria and content

20 Where to go from here ? Exploration of the creation of a Exploration of the creation of a Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification:

21 Where to go from here ? Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: - Builds on the differences between the participating University Associated Course contents with a view to creating links to alternative international module options

22 Where to go from here ? Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: European Diploma in International Construction Economics

23 Where to go from here ? Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: European Diploma in International Construction Economics Core Construction Economics Modules Modules relating to preferred Professional competencies Modules relating to awareness of EU regional differences ‘Options’ offered by different Universities

24 European Diploma in International Construction Economics

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26 Where to go from here ? Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: - Creates an appreciation of the differences in module demands within each participating country as well as to broaden our scope and horizon and thus increase the demand / opportunity of the discipline

27 Where to go from here ? Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: Exploration of the creation of an Joint International Educational Programme & Inter-university qualification: - To eventually narrow the differences of professional competence required and enable easier graduate movement across the EU / World.


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