Valuation education at master level at Universities: The case of The Netherlands
||Valuation education at master level at Universities: The case of The Netherlands
||6th ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - CUREM / University of Zurich, December 3-4 2010
||Valuation education has been introduced in 2001 for the first time at the University of Amsterdam. It is being given at the Master level as a subject to elect. Later on, in 2005 it has been introduced at Delft University of Technology as well and increased in popularity over the years resulting in around 40 students each year. In 2010 the subject has also been introduced at Eindhoven University of Technology, attracting another 30 students. The way it has been organised is as a mix between theory and practice. Real life valuations are being supplied by practitioners in valuation in a modified version to guarantee the confidentiality. Students prepare for it and will present the results in presence of the practitioners who supplied the case study and will give their comment. The interaction between practitioners and the students is an ideal way to build up the studentís knowledge.
||Valuation, Education, Master study, practitioners involved
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