The merits of sandwich degrees in comparison with post-graduate conversion routes
||The merits of sandwich degrees in comparison with post-graduate conversion routes
||1st ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - The University of Alicante, December 2-3 2005 - Salón de Grados. Faculty of Law
||UK real estate education has a tradition of full time sandwich and non-sandwich degree entry. Recently, there has been a growth in full time and part-time post graduate conversion routes. Both the full time sandwich degree and full time first degree-plus-postgraduate conversion routes take four years. Do these routes produce distinctly different property professionals?. Might a year’s work experience via a structured placement learning vehicle enhance the student’s educational experience serve as a proxy route for some, or all of the learning outcomes of a post graduate conversion route?. Are they in competition?. How might these entry routes develop in the future?. Is there likely to be a continued demand for sandwich degrees post graduate conversion routes?. Part of the presentation would include an analysis of Nottingham Trent University’s experiences of the role of placement in the student’s educational development.
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||Theme 1: The Market for Real Estate Graduates in Europe
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