International College of Management, Sydney
* Includes industry training.
Note: Certain core subjects may also be offered in the City Campus, subject to availability.
Buying, developing, managing, selling, investing, and negotiating on property is a high stakes career where knowledge of the industry is as important as the bricks and mortar that make up the buildings around us.
Property professionals are in demand around Australia, and worldwide, for their ability to manage complex issues related to real estate.
To succeed in this potentially lucrative industry you’ll need to be investment-focused, willing to take risks, have sound business skills and be a great networker.
With a recognised Bachelor of Property (Development, Investment and Valuation) degree from ICMS you will have huge earning and employment potential in areas as diverse as industrial, rural, commercial and residential property.
This degree offers opportunities to pursue a career in the property sector without limiting your employability to one specialised area of the property profession. The focus on three key, interrelated areas of the property profession differentiates the degree from other property courses and provides you with flexibility and choice in your future career.
The Bachelor of Property (Development, Investment and Valuation) has been designed by property industry professionals, respected staff and industry partners and is continually reviewed and refined so that it continues to meet the demands of this dynamic industry. As the property profession changes, the broad content of this property degree enables you to engage with new directions and opportunities.
The two work-integrated learning (WIL) subjects will provide you with a wealth of hands-on practical work experience in your specialised area. This means you’ll graduate not only with a degree but also with work experience and connections in the industry.
ICMS has an impressive network of industry partners in the property industry. Our dedicated WIL team will work with these partners to provide you with invaluable industry insight and experience, finding you a suitable placement that is the best fit for your skills, interests and professional goals.
Your industry training could take you to a major city or regional area in Australia. You could even take up a position in an international city. It is all part of finding the best placement for you. Not only is this an invaluable experience but it is also a chance to grow your professional network. For many of our graduates this experience introduces them to their future employers.
Core business subjects, together with specialist subjects focusing on development, investment and valuation in the property sector such as building design and sustainable development, commercial valuation, corporate real estate asset management, land and property law, principles of valuation, property asset management, property development, property facilities management, property industry, property investment and finance, statutory and specialist valuation. Electives provide a broad pool of choices so that you can craft your degree to suit your individual tastes and career aspirations.
Asset manager, commercial property manager, facilities manager, funds manager, operations manager, portfolio manager, project manager, property analyst, property development manager, property manager, property valuer, retail centre manager.
Minimum 600 hours of industry training.
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Recommended studies: Completion of NSW HSC (or equivalent) with a minimum Band 2 in English Standard or English EAL/D and any of the suggested equivalent subjects including Mathematics Standard 2, Business Studies, Economics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Legal Studies, Financial Services or Business Services.
Interview: Students may be required to attend an interview.
Refer to the ICMS general admission criteria.
View all details of this course on the ICMS website.
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