Combining theory and practice:
Facilities Management for Undergraduates
At Sasse Group undergraduates have a range of opportunities to apply their talent
Studying facilities management means diving deeply into the subject matter, dealing with the most diverse prerequisites, constantly gaining new experiences and accumulating knowledge. Professions in this sought-after service industry combine the need for extensive expertise with the demand for decisiveness. This is reflected in the diversity of qualifications that can be found among the employees of the Sasse Group.
Many subject areas can lead to a career in facilities management
Which courses are particularly useful for a career in facilities management? The range is broader than some might expect: In addition to the specialised FM studies themselves, civil engineering, industrial engineering,
economics and business administration provide our industry with sought-after knowledge. Value creation and economic aspects play an important role in our services.
Technical skills and people skills are required
However, food and beverage, nutrition and hygiene technology may prove very helpful too, since Sasse Group provides facilities services to a wide range of clients in a variety of business sectors. Our work makes use of technology to create a pleasant and productive environment for people. Understanding the wishes and needs of our customers is a central element of Sasse Service Excellence. That is why psychology also proves to be advantageous for our holistic service approach.