Developing post-graduate real estate educational offers in a transnational context: Reflecting the local demands and challenges
||Developing post-graduate real estate educational offers in a transnational context: Reflecting the local demands and challenges
||9th ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - "Future Challenges for International Real Estate Education and Practice in 21st Century European Economies" - Bratislava (Slovakia) December 6th-7th 2013
||This contribution has a focus on countries in Central Europe, Southeast Europe and Eastern Europe. Real estate courses are already being offered in most of the CEE-countries. However, the use of local languages can be regarded as a restriction for participation. It could be considered to develop course formats which make use of English as the main language, thus allowing to significantly enlarge the catchment area. This would possibly lead to movement from one university site to the other, taking into account that the given distances are manageable. Furthermore, local markets and possibly local networks could be strikingly connected. The format could cover a range starting with a several days lasting seminar and end with a fully fledged MSc programme (up to 4 semesters). On top of this, a modular approach could be applied. Some practical issues, such as language barriers, development of learning content, quality assurance, etc. will be discussed as well as the leading question to what extent it would make sense to form a "universal" real estate course framework.
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||Session 3: Education for real estate purposes
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