Real Estate

Contrary to popular belief, Product Design is not just about designing products. It is a way of thinking, a way to come up with new solutions. Product Designers engage in critical thinking and possess excellent problem-solving skills. They integrate their knowledge in material science, manufacturing technology, art etc to push the boundaries of conventional thinking. Product Designers also look at the various stages of production as a whole, including marketing (whether there is a market and what will sell), economics (costs), production (materials, supplies). Focusing on user experience, they are experts in human-centred design and valuable members in the industry.


Begin your Journey in Education Overseas

Students with Design and Technology (D&T) or science and engineering background would be familiar with some aspects of Product Design but background in other disciplines would also be welcome.


Possible professions:

  • Clothing/textile technologist
  • Industrial/product designer
  • Materials engineer
  • Interior and spatial designer
  • Toy designer

*This list is not exhaustive

 Pursue Your Dream in the field of Product Design

Potential jobs directly related to a Real Estate degree:

Building control surveyor
Building surveyor
Commercial/residential surveyor
Land/geomatics surveyor
Planning and development surveyor
Rural practice surveyor
Jobs where your degree would be useful include:

Jobs where a degree in Real Estate would be useful in:


Chartered loss adjuster
Estate agent
Facilities manager
Historic buildings inspector/conservation officer
Housing manager/officer
Landscape architect
Nature conservation officer
Sustainability consultant
Town planner

 Pursue Your Dream in the field of Real Estate

Plenty of institutions overseas offer robust curriculum in Real Estate. Here are a few to consider if you want to pursue an education in Real Estate.


USA UK Australia/New Zealand
U.C. Berkeley

Colorado State University

University of Michigan

University of Reading (1st)

University of Aberdeen (2nd)

University of Ulster (3rd)

Sheffield Hallam University (6th)

London South Bank University (8th)

University of Greenwich (10th)

University of Westminster (12th)

Birmingham City University (13th)

[Source: The Complete University Guide - Land and Property Management rankings 2018]

University of Auckland (NZ)

Bond University (AU)

University of New South Wales (AU)

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