DMAN participates in international projects, which are advertised by third-party funding providers, or develops projects itself, which are then financed by international organisations.
In recent years, DMAN has contributed to several major projects. As a rule, international projects are realized in cooperation with partners, with DMAN either acting as consortium leader or participating as a project partner.
Qualification elements are always one focus of these projects. The DMAN foreign offices are involved in the project implementation; if required, project offices abroad are established.
Since 1998, DMAN has regularly carried out international qualification projects as part of the Manager Training Programme of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi).
Another example is the Sustainable Construction Practices project in Nepal from 2011 to 2016, part of the SWITCH ASIA programme, under which the European Union is funding environmental projects that make a significant contribution to reducing CO2 emissions.