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MEng International Construction and Project Management
This programme is established by Department of Construction Management in School of Civil Engineering with connecting the industry frontier, equipping you with the expertise to study topical issues and produce the comprehensive practical information that brings in sustainable competitive edges for working in a range of sectors in the future.


At Department of Construction Management, we have an international profile with leading researchers working across many disciplines. The construction industry in China is now the largest single market that has modernized and is growing in influence overseas. Studying in ICPM provide you with a great opportunities to engage with the real-world business in China construction industry.


The Master of Engineering in International Construction and Project Management (ICPM) program aims to broaden and deepen students' knowledge of contemporary issues in the leadership, strategic management, and delivery of international projects to provide value to stakeholders and society as a whole. The unique characteristic of this program is to expose students to a new way of thinking, and to create awareness of how Chinese organisations operate, manage, and delivery projects in the fast-changing world. The program is practice-oriented. Students will be taught to think creatively, to be innovative with new ideas, and to use tools and techniques for effective management of projects. Students will be taught about problem solving, leadership, and the exploitation of technology. This is a unique opportunity to embrace Chinese culture and thinking and to engage in the world of international construction.

programme structure

The programme involves two compulsory courses, eight specialised courses, and three courses related to the research method. The minimum credits requirement in each session is listed below. * Every course can be clicked into the description page.

Compulsory Course(4 Credits)
An Introduction of Chinese History and Culture
Basic Chinese
Specialized Course(16 Credits)
Global Construction Engineering and Management Practices
Frontier in International Construction
Corporate and Project Finance
Real Estate Market
Legal and Contractual Issues
Project Delivery
International Business Management in Construction
Research method and thesis writing Course(6 Credits)
Analytical theories,techniques and tools
Research Methodology in Construction Management
Literature Review and Proposal

Course Schedule

One year and half full-time or Two years and half part-time typical modules may include:


Computer-based assignments
Group assessments
Multiple choice tests
Case study assessments

Career prospects

Graduates of ICPM usually purse careers as consultants, project managers, analyst, researchers, and so forth. More detail please view our page of “Career Guidance”.


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Programme length:

Full-time: 18 months

Start date:

September 2019

Course Description 

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The programme involves two compulsory courses,eight specialised courses,and three courses related to the research method.The minimun credits requirement in each session is listed below.
*Every course can be clicked into the description page.


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Start date

Tuition fees



Sep  2019
¥ 158, 000

Please note these fees are for the academic year 2019/2020 only. Annual fees will be adjusted for each year of study.


Discounts for ICPM applicants

Thinking of studying in the China best university? As an applicant of ICPM in Tsinghua University, you may be eligible for various options of scholarship on our taught Masters programme fees. Learn more


Modules listed are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication. Please note that not all modules described are compulsory and may be subject to teaching availability and/or student demand. Please note that courses above are adjusted accordingly year by year