Mahmoud El Burai
July 1, 2018, 12:13 pm
“Through our courses, we contribute to spreading knowledge and work toward enabling UAE youth to be strong future supporters of the local real estate market.”
Dubai Real Estate Institute (DREI), the educational arm of Dubai Land Department (DLD), has announced that it will provide 50 real estate student grants to celebrate the values of the ‘Year of Zayed 2018’.
The scholarships are open exclusively to UAE nationals wishing to improve their qualifications by joining the 49-hour Accredited Real Estate Diploma Course.
“We are proud to support the ‘Year of Zayed’ initiative and celebrate the values of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the Founding Father of the UAE. Through our courses, we contribute to spreading knowledge and work toward enabling UAE youth to be strong future supporters of the local real estate market. The courses provide students with opportunities to learn and gain important real estate industry knowledge from DREI, which is the leading regional academic destination in this field,” Mahmoud El Burai, CEO of the Dubai Real Estate Institute (DREI), commented.
“DREI’s courses help us to achieve our vision of being the world’s leading reference for the deployment of real estate knowledge, and also go toward developing a new generation of UAE nationals who are equipped with the skills and qualifications to take the lead in the real estate sector,” El Burai added.
DREI will organise two ‘Accredited Real Estate Diploma Courses’ in Arabic and one in English, with each course lasting for seven days. The courses will be held during April, July, September and November 2018.
The ‘Accredited Real Estate Diploma Course’ is designed for those wishing to enter the real estate market and for new real estate license holders. Other people can join also join the courses to learn more about the basics and principles of real estate management, mortgage finance, economics and investment, in an atmosphere that combines theoretical and scientific aspects.
The course content includes the basics of real estate management, marketing, economic and market analysis, valuation and investment, and the real estate legal environment. The aim of the course is to develop the skills of real estate professionals by giving them a comprehensive overview of the real estate sector, best practices and marketing procedures, and providing them with real-world studies to develop their market analysis skills. Passing the course is an opportunity for people who have not been able to complete their university studies to work in the real estate market.
DREI organises conferences, workshops and real estate courses in cooperation with international academic and real estate associations such as the National Association of Realtors, as well as with universities and prestigious institutes such as Harvard University, Salford University and MIT. The institute also organises international experiences for real estate professionals to educate them in global best practices.