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University College of Estate Management

University College of Estate Management students are part of a global learning community. The university is an international institution with students in more than 100 countries; many academic staff also have strong international links. Students have constant access to tutors with extensive professional industry experience, giving them and the companies they work for, the skills to compete and succeed on a global scale.

Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)

TEF Provisional is awarded to institutions that meet "rigorous national quality requirements" for higher education in the UK, but which do not currently have enough data to be fully assessed. Institutions must opt in for this award. Find out more about TEF.

English Language Requirements

All UCEM programmes are taught and assessed in English. Students will therefore be required to demonstrate adequate proficiency in the language before being admitted to a course.

Undergraduate programmes: students should possess one of the following:

  • Grade C or above in English (Language or Literature) at GCSE or its equivalent (Grade 4 for applicants holding newly reformed GCSEs in England).
  • IELTS 5.5 or above, with at least 5.0 in the reading, writing and listening modules (administered by the British Council in the Social Sciences academic module).
  • TOEFL: 79 or above in the Internet option, 213 or above in the computer-based option or 550 or above in the paper-based option.
  • Grade C or above in Use of English at A/S Level.

Postgraduate programmes: students should possess one of the following:

  • Grade C or above in English (Language or Literature) at GCSE or its equivalent
  • IELTS 6.0 or above, with at least 6.5 in the reading and writing modules (administered by the British Council in the Social Sciences academic module).
  • TOELF: 88 or above in the Internet option, 230 or above in the computer-based option or 570 or above in the paper-based option.
  • Grade C or above in Use of English at A/S Level.

Note: applicants with a bachelor's degree that has been taught and examined in the English medium can be considered for entry in the absence of the qualifications detailed above.

Applicants who do not meet the requirements stated above, but who wish to be considered for this programme should refer to the UCEM Code of Practice: Admissions and Recognition of Prior Learning for the policy on non-standard admission.

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