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Saxion University of Applied Sciences offers the opportunity to obtain a Masters in Real Estate Management, in collaboration with the University of Greenwich in London. This fourteen month full-time course is offered to a group of international students, among which a number of Dutch students. This exceptional opportunity gives students the chance to acquire 2 diploma’s while studying in the Netherlands.
The course even offers some students the possibility of taking certain modules at the University of Greenwich in London1.
The Masters degree in Facility Management takes the above characteristics into account, using an integrated approach of policy, management, facilities and information technology. The main theme of the course is strategic management. You will follow classes in an international setting; students from several parts of the world, teachers from the Netherlands and abroad and the possibility of following classes in the UK. Students who successfully complete their studies obtain the MSc title in Real Estate Management awarded by the University of Greenwich, and a Saxion diploma Master Facility and Real Estate.
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EU candidates who are interested please contact Marja Krisman 0570-603723 / email@example.com.
1 In Term 2 (January till March) you have the possibility of taking certain courses at the University of Greenwich in London (housing can be arranged on the Campus). In April you will be back in Deventer. Till the end of August you are able to conclude and defend (September) your Master Dissertation. The Term in London will involve some extra costs (study abroad, housing, traveling and Visa).
Term 3, 4
(Total 180 credits or 90 ects)
The MSc programme will take 13 months full-time study equivalent to 180 University of Greenwich study credits (equivalent to 90 ECTS)
Students who passed the Dissertation and also successfully completed all other modules will be invited to join the official Awards Ceremony at the University of Greenwich in London.
Teaching Learning strategies include studio work, group work on projects, individual research projects, individual consultations, lectures and excursions.
Students’ achievements are assessed by coursework (academic papers and presentations) and written examinations.
The programme has been devised such that by its satisfactory conclusion, students will:
The students qualifications will be assessed during an intake interview or on assessment of a Curriculum Vitae and a letter of motivation.
A Facility Manager contributes to successful management by translating the strategic policy of the organisation into the situation of the FM department and the use of high-quality facility products and services. He plans, organises, coordinates and evaluates (i.e. manages) facility services.
The tuition fee does not include the costs for literature and a Optionel prince2 exam.