The Department of Real Estate was established in 1975 seeks to meet the academic challenges of the real estate profession. A large proportion of graduates follow a professional career as valuers, property managers, estate agents, fund manager and facilities manager. Real estate professional usually develop a specialism and traditionally undergraduate education for these specialist sections has been largely independent, but increasingly the environment of real estate has shown that this position can no longer be sustained. The Department’s graduate taught courses and its research degree program reflect the same philosophy with a prime objective being to cross traditional disciplinary boundaries in finding solutions to problems associated with land, real estate and property business.

The Department has developed many international links in the region, as well as in Europe and Africa. It has helped to develop courses in Indonesia and has hosted visits from the foreign universities. Students have made a number of formal visits to countries throughout the region and staff is involved in academic exchanges with Universities in the region and further afield. This international activity is clearly reflected in the publications of the academic staff.


To produce knowledgeable and skill professional of real estate professional at world class level.



Facilitate knowledge exchange, explore emerging best practices and spur development in real estate area among the to turn this mission of the next industrial revolution into reality.

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