More than half of the global population lives in cities. As cities grow and change, so does the property industry, providing limitless opportunities for qualified professionals.
Are you looking to upskill, take the next step in your career, or choose a new path? Studying property and valuation is a smart choice. Whichever course you choose, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the development, valuation, investment and management of land, labour and capital in built environments. Property is an ever-expanding industry where you'll find many avenues to achieve your career goals.
RMIT emphasises a close connection with industry, and offers you hands-on learning and experienced teachers. Our teaching staff hold relevant experience and current industry knowledge, giving you access to real-world insights and countless opportunities to connect with industry.
Study the built environment
RMIT is ranked 22nd in the world for Built Environment studies. As a student of property courses, not only will you benefit from our established industry connections, you can also take part in study tours and exchanges, and undertake internships that provide workplace experience that will help you reach your career goals
Blend theory with hands-on practice, connect with industry and learn the fundamentals of property development, investment and valuation. You'll build essential skills in research, industry analysis, stakeholder management, and a deep theoretical understanding of the property industry.
Property student awarded priceless industry experience
RMIT property and valuation student Melissa Gardner spent a year undertaking hands-on work experience as part of an industry-supported scholarship worth $10,000.
Creating liveable cities
What does it take to create a liveable city? Why does Melbourne consistently rank as one of the world’s most liveable cities?
We offer qualifications across environment and planning, and sustainable practices and professionally-accredited courses that give you the skills to make an impact by building communities and cities that will support future generations.
Learn how to handle issues relating to water usage, energy, food, and waste management, climate and risk. Discover how international leaders tackle urban issues, and learn from teachers who bring contemporary research into the classroom.
Whether you’re interested in the local, national and global community, or would prefer to specialise in sustainable building, you’ll graduate ready to create and support sustainable business practices in this essential industry.
Browse our range of diplomas and degrees to find the one that will suit you and your career plans.