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International exposure 

We believe that international exposure plays a major role when you want to succeed in today’s globalized economy - especially in the world of built environment, where there is much to learn from developed economies and similar challenges to deal with as faced by developing countries.

Therefore learning at the School has been structured in a way that helps students develop an understanding of the global real estate markets including differences in approach and cultures.
Nearly half of the full time faculty at the School has rich international experience, having taught in prestigious international universities and having practiced in other countries.
In the area of Construction, the School has an international alliance with University of Salford – UK’s leading institution for built environment. University of Salford will help infuse the best and latest global best practices in built environment and thinking into the School’s academic purview, by helping shape the curriculum and providing access to best practices and learning resources.

More such international alliances with renowned schools of built environment are underway in specialist areas.
Full time program students may have the opportunity to study for one or two terms where the School has alliances for student and faculty exchange programs. Also, faculty and researchers from these international universities will regularly guest teach at the School and also participate in joint research at the School.

Given the pedigree of RICS as a professional body of global repute, the school expects to attract research scholars and visiting faculty from global universities with leading built environment programs.