Courses within the programme cover the skills and knowledge required to manage real estate throughout its life cycle. You will be introduced to the principles of real estate economics, its legal basis and the dynamics of the real estate market, as well as valuation methods and investment analysis. You will also increase your knowledge of real estate law, environmental legislation, the land use planning system as well as their roles in real estate markets. After common studies, you may choose to specialise in either real estate economics and management or land management.
Real estate economics and management focuses on real estate investment and business, real estate development and the management of real estate assets over their entire life cycle.
Land management focuses on the process of managing the use and development of land resources. In this specialisation, we focus on building knowledge and skills for managing land-related rights and land policy.
Structure of studies
The Master's Programme consists of 120 credits (ECTS), including following parts:
- Major (60 credits), including 36 credits common courses and 24 credits advanced courses
- Elective studies (30 credits): you can choose practically any combination of courses that supports your studies and suites your interests
- Master's Thesis (30 credits); a piece of applied research conducted independently by the student
The structure of the programme is designed so that you are able to complete your common and advanced studies during the first year. This leaves your second year for elective courses and the master's thesis. It also makes it easy for you to go for student exchange during the second year. Alternatively, you can further build your expertise by taking more of our advanced courses as elective courses.