International College of Management, Sydney
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Note: Certain core subjects may also be offered in the City Campus, subject to availability.
A standalone qualification or your pathway to a bachelor degree at ICMS.
Property is one of the fastest growing sectors in Australia. The Diploma of Property is the perfect starting point to lay a solid foundation of knowledge and expertise in this potentially lucrative industry.
The Diploma of Property produces graduates who are professionally competent and capable of taking their place in a competitive global environment. As a graduate, you will have an understanding of the fundamentals of business and have the practical skills to be able to make an immediate contribution to the specialised area of property.
Consisting of six core business subjects and three property specialisation subjects, this course will equip you for entry-level positions in this field.
As your career develops, the knowledge and experience gained while studying the Diploma of Property could take you in many diverse directions in industrial, rural, commercial and residential areas of the property sector.
The Diploma of Property offers you a stand-alone qualification through Aspire or, should you wish to further your studies, you could choose to use your diploma qualification as a pathway into a bachelor degree such as the Bachelor of Property (Development, Investment and Valuation) at ICMS, with completed specialisations and subjects counting towards your degree. Upon successful completion of the Diploma of Property you will receive advanced standing for subjects in an ICMS bachelor degree.
All Aspire students are part of the ICMS student community, with lectures held at our Northern Beaches campus. Aspire students receive dedicated academic support including study skills.
Data informed decision making, financial and commercial literacy, global citizenship, introduction to the property industry, management solutions for a changing world, marketing, pathway to success, principles of valuation, property development.
Facilities coordinator, leasing coordinator, assistant project manager, property development coordinator, property assistant, assistant property analyst.
Visit the Aspire Institute website for current fee information.
Aspire does not use ATAR selection ranks for admissions.
Recommended studies: Completion of Australian Year 12 (or equivalent).
Domestic undergraduate admission criteria.
Refer to the ICMS general admission criteria.
View all details of this course on the ICMS website.
International College of Management degrees
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