This programme provides students with a rigorous understanding of the principles and practices involved in commercial property management, valuation, and planning and development surveying up to Bachelor's degree standard.
The programme provides students with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills. Although employment in the property or construction sector would be advantageous, it is not mandatory.
- Further your career
- Gain a broad multidisciplinary knowledge of the property sector
- Gain knowledge of the general practice aspects of surveying
- Develop specific expertise in the skills of propery valuation
If you successfully complete all elements of the programme, you will be awarded the BSc Property Management from the College of Estate Management and will be entitled to use the designatory letters BSc. You will be entitled to denote Honours if applicable, i.e. BSc(Hons).
4.5 years (Standard)
If you are not in full time employment you have the option to accelerate your programme of study, please contact the Admissions Team to find out more information
15-20 hours of study a week for 42 weeks per annum
02 September 2013
03 March 2014
30 September 2013
31 March 2014
£920 per module x 17 modules (Usually students undertake 2 modules per semester)
Total course fee: £15,640 (total cost indicative)
CEM has not sought RICS accreditation for this course. Graduates who wish to proceed to RICS Membership may do so via CEM's Postgraduate Diploma/MSc Surveying. Advanced entry may be available.
This course is endorsed by the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers in Ireland.
You should have
- Two A Level passes or equivalent
- Relevant work experience for mature student entry
- English language proficiency
- Mathematics Grade C or above at GCSE or equivalent
Evidence is required in the form of certificates or statements. You should send photocopies that have been certified by a member of a professional body. Please do not send original documents.
Applicants over 24 years of age without the minimum requirement will be considered as mature candidates. If you are applying as a mature student, a reference from an academic or surveyor confirming your suitability for the course will be required.
Advanced standing (module exemptions)
If you have studied a related subject at an equivalent or higher academic level you may be eligible for advanced standing.
Please note, as this is a new course for 2013/14 we will only be offering Year 1 modules in the October 2013 and April 2014 semesters. For this reason applicants who are eligible for advanced standing are instead able to apply for a place on the University of Reading BSc Programme, taught in conjunction with the College of Estate Management.
If you think you are eligible for advanced standing please contact the Admissions Team for further information on the University of Reading BSc Programme and how to apply.
The following table shows the modules to be studied and the framework of the degree. This is the recommended Study Plan for those in full time employment.
All modules are 20 credit modules with the exception of the Project module which is 40 credits.
Assessment consists of a mix of assignments and examinations.