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    Thinking of taking something like business property management or estate management with business (basicly same thing). Or possibly a more surveying degree. Anyone taking such degrees? Any advice? What do you think of it?

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    Thinking of taking something like business property management or estate management with business (basicly same thing). Or possibly a more surveying degree. Anyone taking such degrees? Any advice? What do you think of it?

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    Thinking of taking something like business property management or estate management with business (basicly same thing). Or possibly a more surveying degree. Anyone taking such degrees? Any advice? What do you think of it?

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    Er...if I am being TOTALLY honest I think that you are looking at those degrees that fall into the "grey" area.

    Personally I wouldnt do it, I have been responsible for looking after business premises before (albeit on a temporary basis) and I didnt need a degree to do it!

    Sounds more like something that should be offered as a vocational course than a degree, just like Golf Course Design.

    There was someone on here a while back asking about degrees in Estate Agency. My advice to you is the same as what people said to that person - practical experience is probably of more value and you wont rack up 10-20K of debt in the process.
 
 
 

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