Property and Real Estate BSc (Hons)
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- 2 Years
- Greater Manchester
Collaboration is at the heart of the built environment profession and our property and real estate course combines theoretical knowledge with the application of professional skills and competencies.
You will learn through a blend of academic study and project work, working with students from other related courses, mirroring the multidisciplinary, team-based approach of the modern construction and property industry.
In year one, essential modules are shared with our other built environment courses, so you’ll be collaborating from the outset. Modules cover regulation, economics, principles of valuation and appreciation of technology.
During year two, you will be introduced to specific topics, including commercial property leasing, property asset management, property economics and a multidisciplinary project.
Your final year includes further compulsory and optional modules specific to property, including finance and investment, development and regeneration. You will also complete a research dissertation on a built environment subject of your choice.
If you are studying full-time, you’ll have the option to take an industrial placement year between years two and three. Although you will be responsible for securing your own placement, we will assign you a placement tutor to monitor your progress and assess your final placement report.