Theses, teaching & student exchange
Theses and dissertations
The institute is a research facility, so no courses are run by the research institute directly. If you have questions on courses related to the research topics of the institute (such as Real Estate Economics or Regional Economics), please contact the course instructors directly.
Also if you are interested to write a Bachelor, Master or PhD thesis related to the topics researched at the institute and are looking for a supervisor, please contact those faculty members directly that best match your research interests.
The institute is part of the Network of European and U.S. Regional and Urban Studies (NEURUS), a special program that allows participants to go abroad to work on an academic thesis. More information on this exchange program can be found here.