How Real Estate Education is perceived at an Architecture College – Built Environment or Asset Management?
||Carvalho, João Manuel
||How Real Estate Education is perceived at an Architecture College – Built Environment or Asset Management?
||5th ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - Vienna University of Technology, December 4-5 2009
||Architecture schools are in a good position to provide Real Estate Education, which has mostly been the turf of Management schools. How do Architecture school’s professors envisage this possibility? The survey conducted at an ancient and leading Portuguese school of Architecture shows that a past in which Real Estate and Architecture have been separated brings an in-house view of Real Estate which is not very systematic, though not as prejudiced as one might expect. Connections between Architecture and Real Estate don’t appear to be fully explored as a World concerned with Sustainability would recommend and low cost analytic tools would allow. Will it make sense for Real Estate Education to propel those connections or preferably leave the Real Estate Education as mostly a Management subject?
||Architecture, Real Estate, Management, Education, Options
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||Best practice in the development of real estate education programmes
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