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. Part-time students will typically be currently employed in a surveying or property related position. You will need to show that your employer supports your application and will allow you to attend on a regular basis over the duration of the course.
Months of entry
Course contentThis Masters 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.
The curriculum for this programme is focused on the traditional components of real estate but from an international perspective.
You'll have the opportunity to develop specialist knowledge by choosing one option module from a rich variety of construction and property-orientated modules that are available to all postgraduate students. You'll also cover research methods within the Dissertation module. Research undertaken is likely to fall within the fields of study undertaken in the taught modules, although this is not inevitable.
Information for international students
For guidance on whether your qualification will be acceptable please contact either: The British Council Office and speak to the Education Counsellor or The National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC). You must have an English language qualification before starting a programme of study, for example IELTS 6.5.
Fees and fundingFind out how much studying this course will cost you - use our online fees checker: www.lsbu.ac.uk/fees
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries Office
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