Master of Property

University of Auckland
Auckland, New Zealand
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time
Duration
Contact the university / college
Intakes
July Mar
Total tuition fee (local)
USD 6,134
Total tuition fee (foreign)
USD 22,130

About this course

In this programme (MProp), students will develop knowledge and skills across a range of property disciplines including management, development, finance and investment, valuation, market analysis, and marketing through exposure to advanced theoretical concepts surrounding property markets. They will also learn too develop required analytical skills to engage with contemporary property issues.

Entry Requirements

Minimum requirements listed here are the likely grades required and do not guarantee entry. The university assesses each application individually and applicants may require a higher grade to be offered a place.

University of Auckland

Completed one of the following with a GPA of 5.0:

  • Bachelor of Property (Taught or Research 180 points)
  • Bachelor of Property (Honours) or the Postgraduate Diploma in Property (Research 120 points)

Another tertiary institution

Completed one of the following with a GPE of 5.0 from a recognised university (or similar institution):

  • Bachelor of Property or an undergraduate degree in a property-related discipline (Taught or Research 180 points)
  • One year of postgraduate study in a property-related discipline (Research 120 points)

Programme-specific entry requirements for postgraduate applicants with international qualifications:

  • GPE: 5
  • Australia (%): 70-75%
  • China (%): 80-85%
  • India (%): 60-65%
  • Indonesia (GPA): 3.2-3.4
  • Iran (Grade Average): 14.5-15.0
  • Malaysia (GPA): 3.2-3.4
  • Singapore (GPA): 3.7
  • South Pacific-USP (GPA): 3.3
  • Taiwan (%): 77-82%
  • Thailand (GPA): 3.2-3.4
  • UK (%): 60-65%
  • USA (GPA): 3.2-3.4
  • Vietnam (GPA): 7.0-7.5

English language requirements

  • IELTS Academic Score: 6.5 with no bands less than 6.0

Curriculum

The MProp is a 120 or 180-point specialist masters degree that builds on an undergraduate property degree.

The MProp (180 point) is a 12 or 15-month taught specialist masters comprising coursework and a short dissertation. If you have a first degree you can pursue an advanced specialised qualification in the same discipline.

If you have completed a BProp (Hons) or equivalent, you may be eligible to undertake a 120-point MProp degree by research comprising a supervised thesis.

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