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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics
 

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 "A fantastic course with a great balance of industry professional and leading academics taught in an internationally-minded classroom in the heart of Cambridge." 

Rosemary, MSt Graduate 2019

The Real Estate Masters Programme is a two-year part-time Master of Studies (MSt) course.

Established in 2016, the course is offered by The Department of Land Economy drawing on the multi-disciplinary strength of the Department and the University. It is aimed at experienced professionals and those identified as future leaders in the real estate industry and combines academic rigour with significant industry input.

This is a two-year part-time course delivered through a combination of distance learning and attendance at residential sessions in Cambridge and enables students to continue with their professional career whilst studying for a Masters qualification.  The course aims to equip participants with a broader knowledge of all aspects of the real estate industry, insight into a range of long-term themes and strategic issues in the market as well as developing a range of research and other skills.

"The course is designed to be highly interactive and this naturally works better in a face to face setting."

Our aspiration and intention for the 2021 intake in September is for the course to be it’s usual combination of distance and residential (Cambridge-based) teaching/ learning as outlined in our prospectus and on our webpages.

However, both the 2019 and 2020 cohorts of students have been affected by the Coronavirus situation and teaching has had to be online since March 2020.   This has worked reasonably well but we are keen to resume face to face teaching as soon as UK and global guidance allows.  Ordinarily, it is not possible to undertake the MSt remotely online.  For more details of the University's Coronavirus policy see here.

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Applications for the 2021-23 cohort are now open on the ICE website.  If having read all the information you still have questions please email us via: 

 

 

 

Last updated 17/02/2021 ldh31

 

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