Real Estate Management MSc
MSc Real Estate Management
If you're interested in a management career related to land, property and built and natural environments, then this MSc Real Estate Management course is the perfect next step towards meeting your goal.
On this course, you'll develop your ability to manage multiple real estate projects, as well as teams of other professionals in the field, while also getting the skills to efficiently solve the complex problems that can emerge during real estate management projects.
As one of the longest-established Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)-accredited centres in the world, we're one of the best institutions in the world to study this field. You'll be taught by staff from a wide range of relevant backgrounds, including chartered surveyors, architects, civil engineers, economists, town planners, lawyers and environmentalists.
And at the end of the course, you'll graduate with the knowledge and experience you'll need to pursue many roles in the field of real estate management, or chartered surveying.
What you'll experience
On this course, you'll:
- Visit sites, study locally based case studies and undertake ‘real-life’ community practice projects that will introduce you to various facets of integrative real estate management
- Get the necessary knowledge and skill to apply for Chartered Surveyor status
- Attend and contribute to current debates by a range of visiting guest speakers
- Get a solid understanding of contemporary issues in the real estate sector
Careers and opportunities
This course will prepare you to take senior positions in the industry. As a RICS accredited professional with interdisciplinary management skills for land and property, your skillset will be in demand. Previous graduates have gone on to work at international firms such as AECOM, Savills and Gleeds.
What can you do with a Real Estate Management degree?
Specific roles that previous students have taken include:
- property development
- planning permissions
- building methods
- project management
What you'll study on this MSc Real Estate Management degree course
Each module on this course is worth a certain number of credits.
You need to study modules worth a total of 180 credits. For example, 4 modules worth 30 credits and 1 module worth 60 credits.
We'll publish details of the modules you can study on this course in spring 2021.
We use the best and most current research and professional practice alongside feedback from our students to make sure course content is relevant to your future career or further studies.
Therefore, some course content may change over time to reflect changes in the discipline or industry.
Work experience and career planning
We'll help you to identify internships, voluntary roles and opportunities that will complement your studies.
When you finish the course, our Careers and Employability service can help you find a job that puts your skills to work.
After you leave the University, you can get help, advice and support for up to 5 years from our Careers and Employability service as you advance in your career.
As well as support by faculty teaching staff and your personal tutor, you can use the University’s Academic Skills Unit (ASK).
ASK provides one-to-one support in areas such as:
academicwriting notetaking timemanagement criticalthinking presentationskills referencing workingin groups revision, memory and exam techniques
How you're assessed
You'll be assessed through:
- group work
- traditional exams
Teaching methods on this course include:
- teaching salons
- guest speakers
- site visits
How you'll spend your time
Each academic year is divided into 2 teaching blocks:
- September to December – teaching block 1
- January to May (early February to May for some courses in 2020/21 only) – teaching block 2
Tuition fees (2021 start)
We'll confirm the tuition fees for this course in autumn 2020.
Additional course costs
These course-related costs aren’t included in the tuition fees. So you’ll need to budget for them when you plan your spending.
Our accommodation section shows your accommodation options and highlights how much it costs to live in Portsmouth.
You’ll study up to 6 modules a year. You may have to read several recommended books or textbooks for each module.
You can borrow most of these from the Library. If you buy these, they may cost up to £60 each.
We recommend that you budget £75 a year for photocopying, memory sticks, DVDs and CDs, printing charges, binding and specialist printing.
If your final year includes a major project, there could be cost for transport or accommodation related to your research activities. The amount will depend on the project you choose.
We provide you with hard hats and Hi-Vis vests. However, you will need to buy your own safety boots which cost approximately £35.
If you'd like to apply for this course to start in September 2022, please contact us.
Admissions terms and conditions
When you accept an offer to study at the University of Portsmouth, you also agree to abide by our Student Contract (which includes the University's relevant policies, rules and regulations). You should read and consider these before you apply.