This course is aimed at cognate graduates from a built environment discipline who want to develop careers in international real estate. Many real estate occupiers, consultancies and investors now operate increasingly on a global basis and this course seeks to service this market.
Modules include: Real estate economics and finance; international valuations and property management; international property finance; corporate real estate management; property investment appraisal; dissertation. Options: behavioural finance; building control; ecological and sustainable domestic architecture; management of health and safety in construction; history of architecture and construction; international real estate and construction; legal resolution of property and construction disputes.
Course Additional Entry
Most applicants will have a cognate or semi'cognate Bachelor degree equivalent to UK second Class honours lower division together with at least two years of property'related work experience. If you don't meet these requirements, you will be interviewed to establish if you would be suitable for the course.
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