Integration of internationally orientated content into real estate education programmes - exemplified by the degree programmes at Nuertingen-Geislingen University
||Vogt, Gisela; Dieter Rebitzer
||Integration of internationally orientated content into real estate education programmes - exemplified by the degree programmes at Nuertingen-Geislingen University
||22nd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Istanbul, Turkey
||The integration of internationally orientated content modules in English language into the curriculum of real estate education programmes is frequently required by accreditation agencies and university management, also however by the job market and employers. One of the challenges in the process is to provide the language skills required and to tailor the internationally orientated content modules in such a way that they represent an integrated part of undergraduate and graduate programmes. _The first part of the following paper presents an example of how students with largely varying levels of English language skills at entry level enhance their language proficiency skills and are introduced to the most relevant technical real estate terms in order to meet the needs of the job market and to complete internationally orientated content modules in English language successfully. _In the second part of the paper examples will be given of successful integrations of internationally orientated content modules in English language within the Bachelor and Master programmes of Nuertingen-Geislingen University. _
||Real Estate Education, Internationalisation
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