About The College of Estate Management
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Established in 1919, the College of Estate Management (CEM) is the leading provider of supported distance learning for real estate and construction professionals. At any one time there are some 4,000 students from around 100 countries benefiting from CEM courses - all taught by tutors with extensive industry experience. Designed for part-time study around work, CEM courses offer practical skills which build on a student’s workplace experience and have a direct benefit in their professional life.
CEM covers almost every property-related topic at diploma, degree and postgraduate level, as well as providing professional development courses and tailor-made corporate training solutions. Its active research programme contributes to knowledge across the profession, benefiting businesses, practitioners and policymakers alike.
CEM was granted taught degree awarding powers in November 2012 and will be launching new CEM degree programmes from autumn 2013.
The College’s patron is His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.
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