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Paper eres2007_edu_100:
The Role of RICS in Real Estate Education in Europe, Course Accreditation and “Partnerships” with Universities

id eres2007_edu_100
authors Mackmin, David; Christopher Grzesik
year 2007
title The Role of RICS in Real Estate Education in Europe, Course Accreditation and “Partnerships” with Universities
source 3rd ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - ESSEC Business School, December 7-8 2007
summary Accreditation in Real Estate Education should represent more than a “quality” etiquette which course providers can use in order to attract more students onto their course. RICS course accreditation focuses not only on the quality of the course itself but also establishes a trusting partnership between the University and the RICS with a view to transferring the acquired knowledge, professional and ethical standards to the market through its graduates. The presentation seeks to describe the current policy of the RICS on course accreditation in Europe highlighting the basis of future partnerships and their importance to real estate education.
series ERES:education seminar
email D.H.Mackmin@shu.ac.uk, chrisg@polishproperties.com.pl
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session The Role of Accreditation in Real Estate Education
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