The Real Estate specialization at INSEEC

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REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE and real estate expertise centre

Since 1975, our group has been committed to providing an education based on expertise. Professionalism and pragmatism are the two key words of INSEEC and it is within the REAL ESTATE division, formerly REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE, that the Bachelor’s, MSc and MBA programs specialized in real estate are grouped.

These courses are based on a network of graduates and experts in the real estate business, as well as on very close relations with the major players in the real estate sector.

Students benefit from an international influence thanks to INSEEC’s locations in the world’s largest real estate capitals: Paris, London, Monaco, San Francisco, Geneva. Many real estate professions are represented there!

Lecture hall courses

Real estate, a dynamic sector that recruits

Real estate jobs are popular! More than 230,000 people work in the real estate sector, including 42,000 managers.

The real estate sector (excluding construction and public works) recruits around 3,000 executives each year for various real estate jobs.

The sector mainly includes :

  • Real estate development
  • Real estate agents’ activities
  • Leasing and operating real estate
  • The activity of real estate agencies and property managers
  • Building-related solution activities

The real estate sector and its professions represent a significant weight in the French and global economy. Total housing expenditure is now estimated at 14% of GDP.

Real estate activities cover the entire life cycle of real estate products: acquisition, sale, leasing, but also construction, financing, operational management, optimization of the occupancy rate and renovation. The real estate professions are rich and varied!

Real Estate is one of the 10 areas of expertise of the INSEEC business school. Discover our 9 other specializations in business, communication, digital & data, finance, international, luxury & wine, marketing, HR & health, sport.


Updated 24 January 2022