An analytical understanding of property valuation, property management, property investment and finance and management of real property.
The applicant must have passed Grade 12 and must meet the general University’s admission requirements of at least 30 aggregate points over five subjects and comply with the following additional requirements:
• Must have obtained good passes in English and Mathematics (with minimum D symbols or better) at NSSC (Ordinary) level or IGCSE or Equivalent.
• A pass in Geography (with minimum D symbol or better) is highly recommended.
• Proof of competence in basic computer usage (for exemption from taking Computer User Skills).
Applicants with foreign qualifications may be considered for admission.
Candidates with the National Diploma in Land Valuation and Estate Management from the University with an overall average of at least 60% (Category A) may apply for admission into the Bachelor of Property Studies Honours and may be admitted into the Bachelor of Property Studies Honours programme at the discretion of the Department. This category of applicants will be required to join the Bachelor of Properties Studies Honours in Year 3, Semester 6.