Master in Real Estate Development - Student Profile

Exploring the relationship between real estate and the making of a city

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The Master in Real Estate Development is designed for students ready to strengthen their expertise and develop the unique skill set required to excel in the field. They are driven by their passion for real estate development and are ready to complete a stimulating and challenging program to help launch a successful career in the field. Master in Real Estate Development students are not scared off by barriers or roadblocks. Their background in related subjects help them become successful professionals ready to lead the way in this constantly evolving environment.
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The new environment will require firms to take a more creative approach to investing, to hone and fine-tune their strategies.

Degree in architecture, business, economics, engineering, law, management, public policy, urbanism. Ideal candidates are passionate about cities, the built environment and their desire to be involved  in the real estate development process.


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Class Profile Master in Real Estate Development 2018


After the graduation of our 1st intake of the Master in Real Estate Development program, IE School of Architecture and Design is pleased to communicate the results of its global recruiting outreach of the MRED class of 2018.  Thanks to the unique program characteristics, coupled with the excellence of our students and the IE Talent & Careers’ efforts, 83% of the MRED alumni have secured a job position three months after graduation.

For more information read our 2018 Career Report


“Real estate has become ever more dynamic as it adapts to a networked world. Everything is connected to everything else…”
Urban Land Institute and PWC

“Today, 54 per cent of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a proportion that is expected to increase to 66 per cent by 2050.”
United Nations

“Large international funds are increasingly more committed to capitalising on the residential development sector, it requires the knowledge of local experts.”

“The new environment will require firms to take a more creative approach to investing, to hone and fine-tune their strategies.”
Global Market Outlook 2016; by EY


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