The course is offered in alliance with University of Salford and features three semesters

Dubai: The Dubai Real Estate Institute, the educational arm of Dubai Land Department, is offering an MSc in “real estate and property management” in tandem UK’s University of Salford. The university has opened applications from students to register and join the programme, which runs for three semesters. Applicants must have either a minimum of a second class undergraduate honours degree, or an appropriate and recognised professional qualification such as MRICS, MRTPI or MCIOB. “This affordable degree provides all of the essential learning mechanisms to ensure students build an in-depth understanding of the complex dynamics and influences of the property market, property management, real estate laws, planning, development, valuation and appraisal techniques,” said Mahmoud Al Burai, Executive Director of Dubai Real Estate Institute.

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