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Executive MBA in Real Estate (International)
The Executive MBA in Real Estate is held at unique locations. Beside the University of Regensburg and Kloster Eberbach in Eltville (near Frankfurt), these are Harvard University in the US, the University of Reading in UK. The programme also included study trips to Berlin and Singapore (ESSEC Business School). All lectures are taught in English.
|Study Course||Executive MBA in Real Estate (International)|
|Study locations||Eltville (Rhein-Main-Area), Regensburg, Berlin, Reading, Harvard, Singapore|
|Tuition fee||from 19.950,- Euro | Early booking discount: Save 1.000,- Euro by registration till 31 May before study start.|
|Degree||Master of Business Administration (MBA) / 60 ECTS|
Prof. Dr. Tobias Just FRICS
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schäfers
Prof. Dr. Michael Dowling
+49 (0)6723 9950-30
+49 (0)6723 9950-35
The course is aimed at working professionals and lasts 15 months.
The first 2 modules take place within the first 8 months of the course and are held in Regensburg, Berlin and Eltville (near Frankfurt). The studies abroad are distributed over 3 weeks in total within the first 11 months.
Last 3 months are reserved for the master thesis.
Students spend 51 lecture days at IRE|BS real estate. This results in 43 net working days. Students will have to work on various assignments inside and outside the classroom. If need be additional days might be needed due to long travel distances to the locations abroad.
Execution is guaranteed.
Early bird rate:
Reduced tuition fee
Reduced tuition fee
All figures are exclusive of VAT. The tuition fees do not cover costs for travel, accommodation or meals. IREBS real estate academy is happy to support students in the organisation of their study trips abroad.
The tuition fees are paid in instalments:
First Instalment (20 %)
due 14 days after receipt of the written confirmation of admission
Second Instalment (40 %)
at the start of the first module
Third Instalment (40 %)
at the start of the second module
Upon successful completion of all modules, the degree “Master of Business Administration” will be awarded by the Faculty of Economics of the University of Regensburg
The completed programme is equivalent to
60 ECTS credits.
Applicants should submit an application for admission to the course.
Of course we accept ECTs credit points earned at other universities inside and outside Germany. Please contact us if you have questions whether you are qualified for our 15-month MBA programme. We are happy to develop strategies for you to obtain missing ECTs credit points or qualifications.
- at least a three-year university degree (180 ECTS) in business studies, economics, law, urban planning, architecture, engineering, etc. from a University, University of Applied Sciences or Cooperative University
- at least 60 ECTS of post-graduate courses in real estate related subjects, e.g. Real Estate Economics, Master of Science in Real Estate or „CIS HypZert F“
- alternatively 240 ECTS from another course of studies. The academic supervisors of the MBA programme will decide if the admission is possible
- experience in the real estate industry and related sectors
- a good knowledge of English
The Executive MBA Real Estate comprises three modules covered within fifteen months. Within the first two modules – General Management and Economics - students receive in-depth insights into Corporate Management and Business Development. The lectures of the third module will be held in the US, UK and Singapore. The course of studies is completed with a Master‘s thesis, for which a three-month preparation period is provided.
|General Management||25 days|
|International Real Estate||15 days|
Director, Grand Blue Bv Bonaire, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
„These studies are an awesome experience to me, incomparable to any other program i could take. I never regretted a day being with IREBS.”
President at Barnhart Capital, Toronto (Canada)
"The IREBS Executive MBA in Real Estate was a great capstone programme even at a later stage in my career. The small group fostered challenging class room discussions with high calibre academics and practioners. Truly enjoyable, but also hard work!"