There are plenty of full time opportunities within the Real Estate industry that suit individuals who have studied a degree outside of Property, Rural and Construction. Including:
Once you have completed your undergraduate degree in a non-related subject you may decide that Real Estate is an industry you want to move into. A number of universities offer one or two year Masters courses offering the perfect gateway into the Real Estate industry.
Work Experience / Internships
During or after your undergraduate degree you may want to gain some real life work experience with a Real Estate business. Internships (paid or unpaid) are a great way to work within businesses and organisations for a fixed period of time. This will allow you to better understand day to day tasks and individual areas of expertise and disciplines.
If University is not for you, an apprenticeship could be a better route into the Real Estate industry. Apprenticeships are usually a paid programme and combine work-based training and study towards an NVQ (National Vocational Qualification) or foundation degree. Traditionally apprenticeships were associated with trades such as Construction and Planning however they are now offered in an increasing number of areas of the Real Estate Industry
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Companies will search for students that fit their vacancies and directly message you when a position comes up that fits your employment requirements.
After agreeing Skype meetings, telephone calls or face to face interviews you can secure your first job in the UK property industry.