Description

The MSc Real Estate Economics and Finance programme integrates current academic economic and financial analysis and research with an applied study of real estate markets.

The programme has an international focus that is transferable across countries and institutional settings. You will acquire significant theoretical and technical knowledge to equip you to understand urban economic processes, price determination in land and real property markets, and their interrelation with investment markets, investment analysis and portfolio choice as well as the impact of land use regulations, transport, public policy and socio-economic change. This programme will appeal if you wish to work, or are already working, in a specialised area relating to property and urban analysis, real estate finance or investment analysis.

The programme benefits from a partnership with the Investment Property Forum (IPF), which has included the programme on their selected list of graduate courses that it judges provide the relevant skills necessary for those operating in the property investment market. This recognition comes with a number of benefits for our master’s graduates, including fast-track membership to the forum. In addition, the programme has an agreement with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), thus conferring professional recognition.

Study Details:

MSc 12 months full-time, 24 months part-time

Module Details:

  • Applied Urban and Regional Economics
  • Real Property Market Practice*
  • Real Estate Finance*

Either

  • Asset Markets A*
  • Or
    Finance I*

Dissertation

 

Student Destinations

Our MSc graduates enter a wide variety of employment including professional firms, finance, real estate research, consultancy, the public sector and education.

Fees

UK/EU: £25,872 Overseas: £25,872

Entry Requirements

Upper second class honours degree (2:1) or equivalent with background in economic analysis, and good analytical, quantitative and technical skills.

In exceptional cases, when a candidate has a very strong academic background in a related discipline but insufficient background in (micro-) economics, as a condition of admission candidates may be required to take an LSE summer school course in Intermediate Microeconomics and obtain a specified grade.

Please note that due to the high demand for places on the MSc Real Estate Economics and Finance, those accepted on to this programme will not normally be granted a programme transfer. If you do not intend to follow the programme, you must withdraw your application prior to Registration and apply directly to your new programme choice using the LSE online application system.

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