Property and Real Estate Programs
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The property industry is Australia’s biggest generator of jobs and secures the future of 14.8 million Australians who have a financial stake in property through their super funds. With the current Australian population of 25.8 million projected by the Australian Bureau of Statistic to grow to between 37.4 and 49.2 million by 2066, demand for housing will only increase. Along with this massive growth in the property sector will come the career opportunities in it. Real estate professionals will continue to be in high demand and career options are diverse with many areas for advancement. The Property Council of Australia, 2021 Real Estate Investment Program The UTS Real Estate Investment program gives investment, property and ﬁnance professionals a competitive edge in the global property investment boom. This program encompasses ﬁnance, investment, management, valuation and analytical skills required to succeed in the global real estate investment sector. Skill sets acquired: Learn analytical skills for professionals to be on the fast track to promotions to decision-making and leadership positions. Students will be able to integrate highly sought-after property and ﬁnance skill sets, and advance their careers. Career opportunities may include: Advising or managing property investment portfolios Acquisitions and sales, within the property or the ﬁnance industry Working for a specialist research ﬁrm that does market analysis, forecasting and projections. Working within boutique real estate investment ﬁrms This course provides new career options for people who work within the property and ﬁnance sectors, including: Analysts Valuers Managers Advisors Economists Accountants The program covers areas such as: Capital Markets Financial Management Development Feasibility and Modelling Property Transactions Investment Asset Allocation Real Estate Economics Real Estate Equities Property Development and Project Management Program This course is designed for both property and project management graduates who wish to further their qualiﬁcations and expertise in these sectors. This exciting program is designed to take students’ professional capacities to the next level. Skill sets acquired: Students develop an understanding of how to balance private and public interests in urban developments Learn how to apply the principles of project management, and how to assess development feasibility The program covers areas such as: Property Development Process Project Communication Project Integration Management Project Scope, Time and Cost Management Development Feasibility and Modelling Property Transactions Planning and Environmental Law Sustainable Urban Development Urban Renewal Advanced Project Management Property Economics Program For students thinking about a career in business, economics or property, the UTS Property Economics program provides the edge required to get started in this global industry. The program covers economic, legal, and ﬁnancial disciplines, giving students the ﬂexibility to pursue a variety of exciting career paths. It will provide students with a broad and coherent understanding of property as well as a deeper understanding of valuation and the legal, economic and ﬁnancial concepts that underpin valuation. The curriculum was developed in consultation with industry leaders, and students will work on projects like Barangaroo, Central Park and Green Square. Students learn the specialist knowledge required to enter the property sector, with skills in: Market analysis Investment Financial management Property valuation This course develops a broad base of knowledge of many aspects of the property industry and related fields, including in: Property management Construction Development Urban planning Accounting Students will take on specialised subjects, such as: Property Valuation Urban Planning Process Financial Analysis Urban Economics Built Environment Law and Professional Practice Microeconomics for Property Property Market Research and Analysis Property Accounting and Financial Management Property Management Property Rights and Landlord Tenant Law Property Investment and Valuation Statutory Valuation and Compensation Students will also engage in a combination of individual and team-based work, mixing theory and practice. This means graduates seamlessly ﬁt into team-based, workplace environments. This business knowledge is also transferable, providing options for a transition to other sectors as careers develop. Most students are working in the industry by their third year of study. Need help navigating your study options at UTS? iae GLOBAL are here for you. Fill out the form below and contact iae GLOBAL today.