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Your Third Year, Part II

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In your final year with Land Economy, you will specialise even further, with the opportunity to take some courses that are reserved for Part II students only. As a Part II student, you will choose four papers. One of these can be from the options list for Part IB students, but at least three of your papers need to be from the following options:

Paper 12 Law and Economics
Paper 13 Landlord and Tenant Law
Paper 14 Planning Policy and Practice
Paper 15 Advanced Techniques in Finance and Investment for Real Estate
Paper 16 Land, Food, and Ecosystem services
Paper 17 Land Policy and Development Economics

 

As a third year student, in addition to taking four papers, you will write a 10,000 word dissertation on your choice of subjects within Land Economy. Your final year dissertation is a fantastic opportunity to explore your interests, engage with members of academic staff, and prepare for a possible career. You will have one-to-one supervisions for your dissertation with a specialist in your chosen subject, as well as the freedom to pick the topic that engages you.

Third year students also have the option of participating in the Department’s mentoring scheme, pairing up with current industry leaders.

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The Denman Lecture given by David Pitt-Watson. Nov 23rd 2016 6pm

Nov 23, 2016

The Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College

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