Are you new to property or looking to pursue a career in the field? If so, then this course was developed with you in mind.
The programme of study will equip you with an excellent working knowledge of the commercial property market, including its relevance to national and international financial and investment markets.
You’ll also become professionally competent in applying current investment and appraisal techniques, and learn how to make sound property management decisions that take into account legal, economic, facilities management and planning variables.
• The full Masters degree is RICS accredited
• Follow a programme developed for new and aspiring real estate professionals
• Learn skills directly related to the practice of the real estate profession
Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/real-estate-and-property-management
New entrants to the commercial property sector or anyone looking to forge a career in the field. A strong academic background is necessary, but prior study of real estate or property is not required.
This course is also suitable for established property professionals who want to formalise their real estate and property management skills with an accredited qualification.
By undertaking this course you will learn about:
• The workings of the commercial property market and its relevance to national and international financial and investment markets
• Advanced current investment and appraisal techniques
• Legal, economic, planning, technical and facilities management factors in property management decision making
• IT in the property industry
• Environmental considerations of real estate development and management
On-campus study comprises lectures, tutorials and project work.
Lectures introduce the core knowledge for each module. Tutorials provide a forum for discussion and debate with personalised instruction from tutors and project work is your chance to use research and other techniques to develop solutions to prescribed tasks. Throughout the course, experts from various fields are invited to deliver guest lectures and field trips are organised to give you an insight into the workings of the industry.
If you’re studying by distance learning, you’ll enjoy access to an internet-based learning environment backed up by intensive tutor support. Weekly online tutorials are led by tutors and encourage student interaction. Our online repository of learning material enables you to undertake self-directed study at your own convenience. Learning is driven by real-world problems with application to your workplace and job role.
• Valuation and Investment Appraisal
• Property Law and Practice
• Buildings In Use
• Planning and Development
You will be assessed through written coursework (100%) and continuous informal assessment by your tutors.
This course provides you with the knowledge and skills to develop a successful career in the corporate property industry. Our graduates are highly regarded by employers, enjoy excellent career prospects and have gone on to work within corporate, financial, government and private sectors to create property, investment and business solutions.The MSc in Real Estate and Property Management primarily equips you with knowledge and expertise in the valuation and management of urban land and buildings in both public and private ownership. Professional activities will include acting for clients in connection with the purchase, letting, management and sale of all types of urban property such as shops, offices, industrial premises, distribution warehouses, shopping centres, houses, leisure facilities, etc. In addition, advice may be sought by clients on matters relating to investment, finance, planning, development, refurbishment, landlord and tenant relationships, and a wide range of other issues.
Employment opportunities are extensive and range from local property consultancies to positions in large, multi-office practices with regional, national and international representation. There are also many opportunities in the institutional and corporate sectors with organisations such as insurance companies, pension funds, property companies, multiple retailers, and other major trading companies. Some local authorities and central government departments also maintain an 'in-house' team of property professionals.
Graduates often find themselves specialising after an initial period and the following are examples of favoured aspects: commercial estate agency, investment appraisal, property finance, development appraisal, property valuation, property management, strategic corporate real estate management and rating and taxation matters.
How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying