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  • What’s Xtra! The only real estate diploma course in Singapore.  

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  • 1. Diploma in Real Estate Business (N48)
  • 2. School of Design & Environment N48 - Diploma in Real Estate Business (REB)• Student profile• Course features• Curriculum structure• Teaching & Learning initiatives• Progression paths (further studies & employment)
  • 3. Student ProfileAcademic FCA Planned Intake COP Total Enrolment Year2010/11 89 95 17 3502011/12 102 90 15 3092012/13 56 90 15 281
  • 4. Course Features• The first and only diploma in the business and management of real estate.• A comprehensive programme in real estate management with a strong foundation in business, law, marketing and technology.• Overseas training stints in major cities such as Hong Kong, Shanghai and Melbourne.• Recognised by leading authorities such as the HDB, IRAS, CEA and SISV.• Scholarships by Property Facilities Services Pte Ltd, Keppel Land International, Building & Construction Authority• DE Awards
  • 5. Course StructureLevel Emphasis1 Fundamental Equip the students with knowledge in training business fundamentals, basic real estate and building technology and M & E facilities2 Specialised Build upon the fundamentals to improve the training students’ know-how in real estate management and building technology skills3 Integrated Develop and integrate in greater depth the training students’ skills in real estate management
  • 6. Course Structure 13% 12% 10% Business Fundament als Design Building Technology & Services42% 23% Real Est ate Business & Management I nt erdisciplinary Studies
  • 7. Course StructureYear 1 Year 2 Year 3Economics Property Management Building Maintenance & DiagnosticsMechanical Facilities Real Estate Marketing Building RefurbishmentPrinciples of Accounting Real Estate Finance Real Estate InvestmentIntroduction to Real Estate Business Computer Aided Design Client Relationship ManagementReal Estate Market Research Introduction to Interior Design Building Quantities & CostingSpots & Wellness (IS) Idea Blueprint (IS) World Issues: A Singapore PerspectiveIdea Jumpstart (IS) Interdisciplinary elective module (IS) Interdisciplinary elective module (IS)Principles of Law Property Valuation Six-month internship or Three-month internship and Final Year ProjectElectrical Facilities Real Estate LawBuilding Technology Advanced Building TechnologyApplied Statistics for Real Estate Project ManagementEnvironmental Health Urban Planning & EconomicsCommunication & Contemporary Idea Launchpad (IS)Issues (IS) Interdisciplinary elective module (IS)
  • 8. Teaching & Learning InitiativesTeaching & Learning InitiativesGuest Lectures by Practitioners, Regulatory AuthoritiesField tripsOff-campus LearningExperiential LearningCollaboration & Integrated ProjectsProblem-based LearningCompetitionsStudy tripsLocal/Overseas Internship Programmes
  • 9. Progression Path – Further StudiesUniversity Course ExemptionNational University of Singapore • Real Estate Module exemptions • Project & Facilities equivalent to 1 year ManagementCambridge University B A (Land Economy) 1 year (out of 3 years) or 2University College, London B Sc (Planning & Real Estate) years (out of 4 years)University of Reading B Sc (Real Estate)Heriot-Watt University B Sc (Real Estate Management)University of Melbourne B Env (Property)University of Queensland B BM (Real Estate & Property)University of New South Wales B Bldg Const MgtUniversity of South Australia B Bus (Property)University of Technology, B Property EconomicsSydney B PropertyUniversity of Auckland
  • 10. Progression Path – EmploymentReal Estate Management Building TechnologyProperty Management Officer Project SupervisorProperty Valuation Officer Contracts OfficerReal Estate Marketing Executive Junior Quantity SurveyorProperty Finance & Loans OfficerReal Estate InvestmentExecutivePlanning ExecutiveProperty Development Officer
  • 11. Guest Lecture by Practitioners, Regulatory Authorities Talk by CEA on real estate sales mattersTalk by CPF onreal estate financing
  • 12. Guest Lecture by Practitioners, Regulatory Authorities Talk by Singapore Institute of Building Ltd on building technologies and services
  • 13. Field Trips Introduction to Real Estate Business and Property Valuation
  • 14. Off-campus Learning Learning at Bloomberg on real estate investment Learning at HDB Hub on HDB resale transactions
  • 15. Experiential Learning “Barrier Free Accessibility” in Building Refurbishment
  • 16. Collaboration & Integrated ProjectsCollaboration with HDB to look atGreen Mark proposals for HDB commercial properties
  • 17. Collaboration & Integrated Projects Mass Survey (Graduating Students’ Project)
  • 18. Problem-based Learning Fully Problem Based Learning Module - Client Relationship Management
  • 19. Competitions SLA Spatial Challenge 2011, 2012 Blogspot
  • 20. Competitions CUBE 2009, 2010, 2012
  • 21. Study Trips Overseas Study Trip, Hong Kong Overseas Study Trip, Genting Highlands, Malaysia
  • 22. Local/Overseas Internship Programme Overseas Internship at Kai Shing Management, HK