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Property developers purchase, develop and sell new and existing properties. Study property development and you’ll find out how to value a property and learn how to manage it effectively.
Our property development courses also give you a thorough understanding of the construction industry as a whole. You’ll learn how to manage all of the different people involved in construction projects. And you’ll get a good understanding of contract law, design practice and the tender process. All of which will help you identify good investment opportunities when you graduate.
Study property management at Unitec and you’ll learn from expert staff who’ve worked in the construction industry. Our priority is teaching you best practice, so that what you learn in the classroom is a reflection of the workplace. Give it a practice run with a major industry research project as part of your programme.
Programmes and study path
|PROGRAMME||LEVEL||DURATION||CAREER OPTIONS||START DATES|
|New Zealand Certificate in Study and Career Preparation (Level 3)||3||Full-time for 16 weeks or part-time options available||Entry into further study at certificate or diploma level.||February or July|
|New Zealand Certificate in Study and Career Preparation (Level 4) - Construction||4||Full-time for 16-weeks or part-time options available||This programme prepares you for further study toward a career in construction||February or July|
|New Zealand Diploma in Construction||6||Full-time for two years, or part-time options available||Construction Management technician, Quantity surveyor||February or July|
|Bachelor of Construction (Property Development)||7||Domestic students: Full-time for two years and then part-time for two years or as negotiated on a case-by-case basis (based on a February start). International students: 3 years full-time.||Commercial property manager, Company owner, Project manager, Property consultant, Property developer||February or July|
The Bachelor of Construction (Property Development) is accredited by the Property Institute of New Zealand.