Those who want to be part of a transformational, team-based experience surrounded by a world-class faculty and international participants, while expanding their professional networks.
Those who wish to seamlessly combine advanced learning with their professional activities by using IE’s trusted and well-tested part-time, blended learning methods. Those who are passionate about Real Estate and the city and are ready to use the power of Real Estate to contribute to sustainable and resilient cities of the present and future.
Professionals in Real Estate, Architecture, Engineering, Finance, Project Management, Urban Planning, Law, and other fields with at least three years’ experience who want to advance their careers and be effective leaders in Real Estate development.
The new environment will require firms to take a more creative approach to investing, to hone and fine-tune their strategies. The student profile includes degrees in architecture, business, economics, engineering, law, management, public policy, and urbanism. Ideal candidates are passionate about cities, the built environment, sustainability and their desire to be involved in the real estate development process.
The C40 Reinventing Cities initiative brings together 94 of the world’s largest cities to help drive the green urban revolution. As part of this aim, the coalition of cities has launched the C40 Reinventing Cities competition, challenging participants to develop carbon-neutral and resilient urban regeneration projects that turn vacant or underutilized sites into sustainable and innovative spaces.
Founded in 1886, the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the United Kingdom is a London-based association of Spanish and British merchants, industrialists and professionals. With the UK Real Estate Forum, the chamber brings together top sector professionals to debate approaches that can positively impact Spanish and British real-estate companies.
The Urban Future Global Conference is Europe’s largest gathering of innovative urban developers, with a focus on promoting sustainability. This year, the conference will take place in Rotterdam and will be centered around four themes: skills & leadership, urban mobility, the circular economy and districts.
Now more than ever, the world of real estate is teeming with life, morphing and evolving alongside our globalized, interconnected society.As people rush to cities and away from rural areas, there is a growing need for dynamic real estate professionals and city planners to solve the complex issues that arise from overpopulation.
The real estate leaders of today and tomorrow are uniquely positioned to make a positive impact on society by crafting sustainable solutions to large-scale issues like mobility or pollution. If you’re looking to carve out a meaningful career in a fast-paced industry, now is the time to pursue a degree in real estate development.