Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science: Only a single subject is usually studied.
Semesters abroad during the second study phase are recommended
Since humans settled down, real estate has been used to provide shelter and dwelling for their needs. And for almost that long, the affordable, needs-based, and perhaps even attractive as well as sustainable appropriation of real estate has been the focus of societal interest.
Architecture and civil engineering provide the physical basis for real estate. But nevertheless, it is the real estate economics perspective that helps to maintain houses' focus closely on the needs of the users and the opportunities of the necessary investors.
This perspective on real estate is a synthesis of disciplines as different as business administration, economics, statistics and law. Insights from all of these subjects come together in the real estate bachelor's program.
As a result, the real estate bachelor's program creates a qualification that enables many different and individual paths into the interesting modern job market of the real estate industry.
The study program prepares students for very different professional fields. In these areas, training is no longer sufficient in the increasingly complex professional environment, but at the same time a Master's degree is not yet necessary.
These are, for example: Specialist activities in real estate valuation or development, in the qualified management of a real estate portfolio or - due to increasing regulation of the real estate market due to rent control, rent index preparation, building use ordinance, etc. - increasingly important specialist tasks in city administration, regional or state planning etc.
Internships are recommended. An internship can be credited to the elective module.
The compulsory module group in real estate management establishes methodological and technical knowledge for the analysis of real estate management issues (48 ECTS). However, the elective module group also allows for focus on the individual interests of the student to an extent appropriate to the bachelor's degree (18 ECTS).
The length of the program depends on the progress of an individual's studies. The standard period of study, the time in which the intended program can be finished ideally is 6 semesters. The actual time taken to complete the program may vary. It is limited by the examination deadlines set out in the examination regulations.
180 ECTS credits
German (some lectures possibly in English)
Only in the winter semester
The program's target group are high school graduates as well as university entrants with some work experience in real estate or finance.
The course of studies is admission restricted (NC).
General qualification for university entrance, subject-related qualification for university entrance or professional qualification.
Due to the fact that the study program is admission restricted, interested students have to apply at the University of Regensburg before enrollment (= local selection procedure).
Information on applying can be found on the homepage of the Registrar's Office.
After a successful application, you can enroll. Information on the dates for enrollment can be found on the homepage of the Registrar's Office.
No language certificates are required.
Application for enrollment, university entrance qualification, valid identity card, new passport photo, student health insurance, proof of payment of semester fees, approval document
STUDY ADVISORY SERVICE OF THE FACULTY OF ECONOMICS
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