This course is aimed at graduates who are (ideally although not essentially) already in property-related employment, and who aspire to professional and/or senior positions in the field of facilities and property management. It is a challenging, stimulating and professionally relevant course which is directly related to the management of real estate. You will develop your skills and ability to appraise options and independently evaluate alternative courses of action. The course is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
The following modules are indicative of what you will study on this course.
Core modules -DISSERTATION -FABRIC AND SERVICES MANAGEMENT -FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: STRATEGY AND PRACTICE -FINANCE AND ASSET MANAGEMENT -LANDLORD AND TENANT -LAW FOR PROPERTY PROFESSIONALS -SPACE STRATEGIES: LAW AND PRACTICE
Option modules -PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS -PROPERTY FINANCE; LEADING AND RISK STRATEGIES -RISK MANAGEMENT FOR PROJECTS -SITE ASSEMBLY AND DEVELOPMENT -VALUATION AND LAW
This course is fully accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
The RICS accreditation will enable you to take the Professional Assessment of Competence after a period of suitable employment. There are employment opportunities in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Some part-time students are employed by both large and small surveying firms to receive accredited training while working.
You will typically have a minimum Second Class Honours degree in a cognate subject area such as construction, surveying, architecture or civil engineering, and be in relevant employment in a professional or managerial capacity in a construction-related post. However, applicants from all backgrounds and level of experience are encouraged to apply. Alternatively, applicants may hold membership of a recognised construction-related professional body achieved through examinations and/or professional interview, together with experience in a professional or managerial capacity in a construction-related post.
12 July 2017
Recipient: University of Westminster
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