Real estate education in Europe – the “Bologna” context and the post-crisis perspectives
||CARVALHO, João Manuel
||Real estate education in Europe – the “Bologna” context and the post-crisis perspectives
||4th ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, December 5-6 2008
||New opportunities, threats and challenges arise for Real Estate Education as “Bologna” curriculaand approach to academic culture become standard. Moreover the on-going crisis will not leave unchanged the way Real Estate is looked at, once the reasons for the financial system debacle are duly scrutinized. Real Estate Education must be envisaged through the “competences”, “mobility” and “new academic degrees” approaches and comply with the need of a “new look” for Real Estate itself. Shifting Real Estate from “finance” to “space” could be a step back to Real Estate fundamentals, able to provide an acceptable support for a firm, though revised, place for Real Estate Education in “Bologna” curricula.
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||The Demand and the Supply for Real Estate Education in Europe
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