Study Real Estate and Rural Land Management at Royal Agricultural University
26 March 2019
Royal Agricultural University offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Real estate and Rural Land Management for the international students for the academic year 2019. These highly reputed courses are so designed as to equip the students with professional qualifications for a rewarding and challenging career in the management of real estate and land property in the countryside. The courses offered are:
BSc (Hons) Real Estate: This course allows the opportunity to examine the complexities of the market in commercial, residential, industrial, leisure and rural property, both in the UK and overseas.
BSc (Hons) Rural Land Management: This highly-regarded course offers a proven route to the students to rewarding careers of managing land, property and business in the countryside.
Both the undergraduate degrees are accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and you will get an opportunity to complete a work placement during your study with RAU. The courses are relevant to the industry and the first step to become a fully qualified chartered surveyor.
MSc Rural Estate Management: The RICS accredited master course trains the students in all the aspects of land, property and business management and covers property law, policy, taxation, financial planning, implementation and environmental challenges. This course can also prepare the students to become a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers.
Studying at RAU provides you an opportunity to gain industry contacts that helps to secure employment even before you graduate. The lecturers have extensive professional and academic experience and you will also gain industry insight through study visits and real-life case studies.
International Baccalaureate: 26 Points
Academic qualification for post graduation: minimum of an Honours degree at a 2:1 classification or equivalent.
English Language Requirements: IELTS band score 6.0 overall or above with no less than 5.5 in each component