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More about CRERC

The CRERC is one of five research centres within the Real Estate and Urban Analysis Research Group in the Department of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge and receives guidance from the Cambridge Land Economy Advisory Board's research committee.

Our work combines the perspectives of the faculty of the Department notably finance, economics, planning, environmental policy and spatial analysis

In addition to research, the CRERC centre staff:

  • lead on delivery of the part-time Masters in Real Estate Programme [MSt] drawing on the multi-disciplinary strengths of the Centre, Department and University
  • direct and provide modules in the MPhil programme on Real Estate Finance
  • supervise undergraduate, MPhil and PhD student dissertations
  • engage with institutional investors, property companies, policy makers and other thought leaders nationally and globally around issues relating to real estate and real assets
  • author and contribute to major reports and papers relevant to today's industry and to decision-making and future strategy

The Centre holds a number of events and seminars.  These include our hosting our annual Cambridge Real Estate Research Club and a series of Real Estate Practice seminars during the Lent Term .

We  provide consultancy support to business and industry.  This includes specifically tailored training and development sessions and/or conferences for senior and high performing employees within the field. 

All of our activities and interactions with industry contribute to shaping the direction of the Centre and future research, ensuring that the work of CRERC continues to be innovative, interdisciplinary and industry-relevant.

Applications for the new 2021 intake are now open on the ICE website and the new prospectus is available too. If you have any further questions about the course please email mstrealestate@landecon.cam.ac.uk

Download the Prospectus HERE

Interview with MSt graduate Elizabeth Smart

This year's event was successfully held virtually between 24th September and 1st October. For a full list of papers and speakers visit the Symposium website.

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For a snapshot of life in CRERC under lockdown see our latest newsletter

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