The diverse property and urban development sector offers a range of employment opportunities and plays an integral part in the way people live. Property and urban development professionals are involved in creating new residential communities, managing existing areas, and ensuring sustainable futures for our cities and towns.
This industry covers a diversity of activities, skills and technologies. It ranges from large, capital-intensive and export-oriented construction to small family businesses.
The sector offers careers in finance, development facilitation, management and construction to professionals trained in many disciplines – such as architecture and urban design, engineering, town planning, environmental sciences, commerce, real estate and project management… to name only a few.
What you need
- Town Planner/Urban Designer: Bachelor’s degree in Urban/Regional Planning
- Engineer: Bachelor of Engineering (Civil or Environmental)
- Environmental Consultant: Bachelor of Science (Environment)
- Valuer / Financial Consultant: Bachelor of Commerce (Property Valuation / Property), Bachelor of Economy
- Surveyor: Bachelor of Surveying
- Real Property Lawyer: Bachelor of Law LLB
- Architect: Bachelor of Architechture
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