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ST | Property in a Global Context
Chicago, United States; New York, United States; San Francisco, United States (Outgoing Program)
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RMIT College (AUS)/School (VTN): Any compatible discipline, Design & Social Context (DSC) RMIT School: Any compatible discipline, Property, Construction and Project Management
Program type: Study Tours (Global Intensives)
About your Experience
About your Experience
Property in global context NYProgram details
  • Tour Leader: Judith Callanan and Callum Logan
  • Program Dates: 17– 30 June 2018
  • Availability: 24 places
This is an intensive course which focuses on developing your knowledge of Property Development, Valuation, Investment and Management within a global context.  The learning experiences in this course will enable you to contextualise the nature of Australian Property environment and businesses practices within global contexts. You will visit a number of different international regions to provide you with first hand insight and exposure to global real estate practices.

Property ownership, development, investment and management functions are no longer contained in local markets with property companies increasingly operating in a global environment. This course, which includes a study tour, will explore the application of local property practices within the context of property as a global asset, including inspections of different real estate markets, different market segments and from different perspectives (development, investment and valuation).

In doing so, you will develop your knowledge of best practice.  You will investigate and reflect on the complexities and issues associated with working as a property professional in the global market as well as foster your knowledge about land economics, property asset management, development, investment and valuation. 

The study tour component may take the form of onsite activities, presentations from local professionals, and site visits and will provide you with opportunities to create and expand your global network to further enhance your career options.

Program cost
The estimated total cost is AU$4,000, and includes the following:
  • Flights from New York to Chicago to San Francisco
  • Accommodation in each city on a twin basis (share with one other in a room with 2 beds)
  • transfers as follows:
    • from hotel to Airport in New York,
    • From airport to hotel return in Chicago
    • From airport to hotel in San Francisco
  • Breakfast each morning
  • Welcome dinner in New York (excluding any drinks)
Additional costs to consider:
  • Flight from Melbourne to New York, and San Francisco to Melbourne
  • RMIT tuition tee
  • Host Country visa (if applicable)
  • Personal Expenditure
 
** RMIT student travel insurance:
Students are now covered by RMIT’s travel insurance, although you may require additional cover depending on your circumstances. For more info, please refer here.
 
Eligibility
  • All students in School of Property, Construction & project Management (PCPM) with a preference to those enrolled in BH113. Also open to students in Urban Planning degrees.
  • All students must have completed their first year of study as a minimum.
Academic Credit
  • BUIL1318 Property in a Global Context (12 credit points)
Itinerary
Date Activity
17 June pm. Meet in New York
18 June - 22 June  New York site visits
22 June  Travel to Chicago
22 June to 26 June Chicago site visits
26 June Travel to San Francisco
26 June to 29 June San Francisco site visits
30 June am depart San Francisco
 
Application and Selection process
STEP ONE: Apply for this program on Mobi by clicking on the "Apply Now" button on this page by 30 March 2018
Complete the following questionnaires:
  1. Outbound Student Mobility: General Information
  2. Short Term Mobility: General Information
STEP TWO: Successful students will be notified of the outcome of their application by 27 April 2018 and directed to enrol into BUIL1318

Funding
There may be alternative ways to fund your trip. Please check the Scholarships website and Global Mobility website for funding options.

Cancellation
Students will pay the travel agents directly. If they fail to pay for a booked flight by the due date they may have to pay a cancellation fee.

Contact
Callum Logan
Tel +61 3 9925 2801
Email callum.logan@rmit.edu.au




 

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Exchange Program (Semester/Year): scroll to the Program Description to apply.

All Other Programs: once application cycle opens, use the "Apply Now" button that will appear in this section.