Part time MSc Real Estate online information session by Prof Mark Shepherd and Prof Selma Carson

The University of Manchester Middle East Centre is pleased to invite you for an online information session Prof Mark Shepherd and Prof Selma Carson, to learn about our newly launched part-time Masters (MSc) Real Estate programme in Dubai.

Our Real Estate Master’s course has been designed in a flexible format, allowing you to balance your existing commitments with studying a Postgraduate qualification. As a student at The University of Manchester, you’ll be studying with a global leader in the delivery of real estate practice with over 20 years’ experience. You’ll have the opportunity to build your network with peers and academics who teach the online course at two conferences, held twice a year.

About Mark Shepherd FRICS FHEA

Mark Shepherd is Programme Director for the MSc Real Estate (blended learning) course and Associate Director for Distance and e-Learning at The University of Manchester. Mark is a qualified chartered surveyor with more than 30 years’ experience in practice and education. His professional experience includes working in property investment consultancy and 20 years as an independent consultant. Since 1990, he has held academic posts at universities in Manchester and London and is also an external examiner for several universities in the UK and Ireland. He joined The University of Manchester in 2014 as a lecturer. Mark is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

About Prof. Selma Carson

Selma has over 25 years’ experience in the real estate industry in the UK, as a director of private investment/development companies and with CBRE, after initially training as a Chartered Surveyor with the Valuation Office, a Government agency. As Programme Director for MSc Real Estate in Manchester, she has established a thriving course from which graduates go on to successful property careers across the UK and internationally.

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