Enroll now for the course starting in March 2015!
You can apply now to reserve a place to study in our next course starting in March 2015. Places are limited! The course is also offered to interests with non-academic background.
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The master course M.Eng. Membrane Structures started in 2006 for the first time. With the nomination of Prof. Dr. Robert Off to the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Dessau, Germany in 2003, the foundation for the cooperation between the Anhalt University and the IMS was laid and the vision of an international study course “Membrane Structures” became reality. In 2006, for the first time in the world, the master course M.Eng. and Archineer® Membrane Structures started. In March 2014 the 9th course will start, and with more than 190 students it became very successful.
Lecturers, international specialists in the field of textile constructions, impart knowledge and proficiency to the students so that they are able to design, calculate, detail, build and keep textile constructions. The special economical and forensic basic conditions are also integrated.
The course basically is addressed to graduate’s in the fields of Architecture, Civil Engineering, Geo-Informatics, Mechanical Engineering, Textile Engineering or comparable programs. Please have a look at the admission requirements of the study: complete information.
After successful completion of the course the academic degree Master of Engineering in Membrane Structures (M.Eng.) will be granted by the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences.
Interested people without academic study background can participate in the program as IMS students. At the end of the course the professional title Archineer® Membrane Structures is granted by the IMS e.V.
The Master Program for Membrane Structures is the first study course in this field worldwide.
It is accredited as an international master course by the accreditation board AQAS.
Expertise for the accreditation board:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. Ing. E.h. Werner Sobek