University Subject Tables 2017
From forests to flats, council estates to council halls, Land & Property Management covers it all, as well as the issues around the creation, management and enhancement of the world's physical assets. Studying Land & Property Management will also set you up for a range of career paths, with opportunities available in both corporate and charitable environments. If you want to study Land & Property Management at university, use our subject table below.
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Land & Property Management — South East
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2008 saw The Complete University Guide publish its Land & Property Management Subject Table for the first time, with the University of Reading sitting pretty at the top. Fast forward eight years, and Reading have finally reclaimed the gold medal. Add another year, and they still sit in the top spot. Having never dropped to lower than third, it's understandable that Reading have Land & Property Management's highest Entry Standards. However, with the subject's highest Graduate Prospects and second-highest Research Quality score, the University of Reading certainly justifies its steep entry criteria.
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In a Subject Table that saw most institutions move one or two places, Oxford Brookes University jumped all the way from ninth to third between 2015 and 2016. This year it sits comfortably at fifth; the driving forces behind this are its Student Satisfaction score at 4.10/5.00, and its Research Quality score at 2.89/4.00.
The final year of a Real Estate Management BSc at Oxford Brookes University involves a unique Professional Practice Test, in which students apply their learning to real-life projects in a city away from Oxford.
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The maximum scores for the measures shown are as follows:
- Entry Standards: No maximum
- Student Satisfaction: 5.00
- Research Quality: 4.00
- Graduate Prospects: 100
- Overall Score: 100.0
All measures used to compile the tables are available on the full table.