For more information about Real Estate at Nottingham Trent University, please visit the webpage using the button above.
How long you will study
Domestic course fees
GBP 9250 per year
How you will study
International course fees
GBP 13450 per year
This course will introduce you to all aspects of property management, including valuation, development, sustainability, and financing projects. You'll be introduced to the relationships and demands of occupiers, developers, investors, and funders, and explore areas such as business planning and project management, essential valuation, property management, and business management.
Why study this course?
How you're taught
How will I learn?
Trips and study visits
Site visits and field trips form an integral part of the learning process, allowing you to put theory into practice. You'll also go on a week-long European field trip in your second year, designed to help you investigate and research aspects of property management.
Recent destinations have included a trip to Madrid, where students met professionals from companies such as the banking giant Santander.
You'll be assessed via a mix of coursework and exams. Coursework will make up the majority of your assessment and consists of group and individual projects, reports, presentations to your peers and essays.
A full-time student on average can expect to spend 1200 hours a year learning which will typically be broken down as follows:
Careers and employability
Our course is designed to prepare you to succeed in the property industry, through work placements, working on real projects from industry, input from industry professionals, and regularly updated course content. 100% of our BSc (Hons) Real Estate sandwich students are in a professional or managerial job, just six months after graduation, earning an average salary of £23,600 (DLHE, 2015-2016).
Where do Real Estate graduates from NTU work?
NTU has a strong real estate alumni community, with many graduates working in senior positions in leading national and international companies.
Recent graduate roles include graduate surveyor, estates assistant and property manager, at Capita, CBRE, Colliers International, Fisher Hargreaves Proctor, Holland & Barrett, Knight Frank LLP, Cushman & Wakefield and Ladbrokes.
Getting your full RICS membership
If you aspire to become a RICS Chartered Surveyor, you will need to complete at least two years of relevant professional work experience – the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC). If you undertake a sandwich placement, this will normally count as the first year of your professional work experience (only for RICS), however at least 12 months of study must take place on a graduate training scheme. Find out more about how to complete your APC and become RICS qualified.
This course is designed to prepare you for future employment in a number of the RICS APC pathways, which could include:
Find out more about career options in the property industry on the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors website.
Our expert Employability team will work closely with you at every stage of your career planning, providing personal support and advice. You can benefit from this service at any time during your studies, and for up to three years after completing your course. Find out more about the service.
Our Employability team run a series of events throughout the year specifically for Property Management and Development students, and each year, NTU hosts the largest graduate property fair in the UK, giving you the opportunity to network with national and international companies.
Excellent placement opportunities
By choosing our sandwich (4 year) route, you'll have the opportunity to take a year-long work placement during your studies, giving you the opportunity to gain real experience in industry. A significant number of students also return with a graduate job offer, or sponsorship for their final year.
James Brown, BSc (Hons) Real Estate, on placement with Gerald Eve (London)
Where can I work?
Real Estate students typically gain placements with consultancies, developers, real estate management companies and investors, or roles on the client's side, looking after large retail and leisure estates.
Recent destinations have included JLL, CBRE, Cushman and Wakefield, Leicestershire County Council's Estates team, Faithful+Gould, Lambert Smith Hampton and Barker Storey Matthews. Typical job roles include: estates management technician, property analyst (valuation), trainee surveyor, junior valuer, junior surveyor, estates assistant, and property developer.
Most companies are RICS-accredited and students are often able to complete a year towards their RICS Assessment of Professional Competence (APC).
Successful completion of the 36 weeks also leads to an extra qualification – the Diploma in Professional Practice, which will further enhance your CV.
Facilities for Property students
The majority of your lectures and seminars will take place in the Newton building.
Industry standard software
You will have the opportunity to use and familiarise yourself with our industry-standard software, including:
Dedicated resource centre
Students in the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment have access to a dedicated resource centre. This centre, based in the Maudslay building, enables students to undertake private study in a facility equipped with computers, large format plotters and desk space, together with the latest, and archived, journals and publications.
This resource centre is open from 8 am to 8 pm, Monday to Friday.
Our IT resource rooms and PC clusters are distributed across the City Campus, with PCs providing access to Microsoft Office, email, web browsing, networked file storage, and high-speed online printing services (with a free printing allowance for each student). Resource rooms are available 24 hours a day.
Books and library resources
In the library, you will have access to an extensive and diverse range of books and periodicals that focus on specialist areas within the Built Environment. The library's OneSearch system provides access to all our electronic resources, journals and books.
Within the library there is a liaison librarian who has specialist subject knowledge. They can offer detailed help in finding and using print and electronic resources and also support on things such as Harvard referencing and research skills.
Notes about fees for this course
The tuition fee for UK home students joining NTU in 2018/19 on a full-time undergraduate/foundation degree programme, will be £9,250.
The fee for those who have a year-long placement as part of a sandwich course, or spend a year studying or working abroad will be published here once confirmed.
The University reviews its tuition fees each year. The fees for Home (UK / EU) undergraduate students for 2018-19 are £9250. As a guide and to enable you to plan your finances the current expectation is that the University’s current fee of £9250 per annum may increase for subsequent years of study in line with inflation and as specified by the Government.
If you hold international qualifications, take a look at the alternative qualifications we accept for this course.
What are we looking for?
The UCAS Tariff
The UCAS Tariff has changed for 2017 entry. In the new tariff, the numbers awarded to qualifications are very different. So, whereas previously a B at A-level was worth 100 points, in the new tariff it is now 40 points. Sound confusing? Don't worry. We've created this calculator to help you work it out.
Getting in touch
If you need any more help or information, please email our Admissions team, or call +44 (0)115 848 4200.
Claudia Agyemang-Yeboah, Human Rights and Justice – LLM, (Ghana)
“The city is ideal. I’ve been to London a couple of times and frankly it is too busy and too big for me. Nottingham has a city vibe but it’s smaller and as I am based on City Campus there are so many places that you can go without having to even use transportation which economically is very good as well!”
“There are so many opportunities when you are at NTU. Take advantage of every opportunity that you have. Sign up and do something, it builds up your experience and confidence. NTU is such a relaxing, comfortable environment with so many friendly people. I’ve met most of my friends from my classes and have met people from so many places. It was a goal of mine to make friends not only from Africa, but from all over the world. The Global Lounge is a great place to meet new people, have a cup of coffee and hang out.
“It’s a good decision coming here. I’d do it over and over again. I’ve learnt a lot in so many ways. If you have the opportunity, you should really consider here. The experience has been wonderful and I’m enjoying every second of it.”
Makayla Martinez, BA (Hons) Fashion Communication and Promotion, (United States of America)
"I am 21 and have changed my plans but I think it is the best decision I have made in my life. Fashion has always been my dream and since being here last year, I had never felt such a sense of belonging.
"I chose NTU because of the social side and the sense of community. This seemed so prevalent here; I have made so many friends from all over the world. There is so much to do in the city. It is so friendly and unified!"
“My main piece of advice would be to do research about the city before you arrive. Make sure you know where your accommodation is in relation to the rest of the city and where you will be studying, that is really important. I had no idea how big the city was so at the beginning it took time to find out what grocery stores there were and where was good to eat out. Research will help with this as well as not being afraid to explore and find new things. You can ask anyone for help too as it is a really friendly city."
Kamakshi Marwah, MSc Applied Child Psychology, (India)
“While applying I considered other university courses but NTU had better facilities to offer and the course offered a proper melange of theories and real world applications. I was very particular about module structure, programme-based ranking and university rankings. NTU has a prestigious reputation and the quality of learning they provide is something I considered while applying to this University.”
“Location was one of the key features of this University as you will find everything conveniently located. Another important aspect is that it is very student friendly. Nottingham has been like living a dream - it has given me a once in a life time opportunity to explore and live independently.”
“Every day has become a new learning chapter. I believe that my learning as a postgraduate student has significantly enhanced my capabilities and skills set which will help me for my future career. Postgraduate study has given me a new dimension to my career plans as I have discovered new career opportunities where I can work and give back to society. I plan to work as a counsellor or child psychologist in a school or charitable organisation and, after gaining few years of professional experience, I would also consider pursuing a PhD.”
There are 345 other courses listed from Nottingham Trent University. A selection of these are displayed below: