Nourish your interest in land and property and expand your career opportunities with one of the most comprehensive property business and management degrees in Australasia. Then take your pick from an expanding range of careers.
Demand for both urban and rural property is outstripping supply. That creates a stream of openings for graduates of Lincoln University’s admired Bachelor of Land and Property Management. Study then pick your niche in valuation, investment, management, sales or another specialisation. You can even do a semester overseas.
How you’ll grow
- By studying urban or rural property, then adding a specialisation major like accounting, investment, finance or environmental management.
- You’ll position yourself strongly in New Zealand’s largest industry by economic contribution, and the country’s fourth largest sector by employment.
- With Accreditation by the Property Institute of New Zealand, Valuers Registration Board, Institute of Valuers, Real Estate Agents Authority and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
- A huge range of career options paired with a 100% employment rate.
- Be taught by specialists in the field with international experience, and up-to-date insights into the industry.
This degree opens doors in New Zealand and overseas for roles in Valuation, Property Management, Facilities and Asset Management, Property Development, Investment and Portfolio Analysis, Real Estate Sales and Brokerage, Rural Valuation, Agricultural Banking and Finance, Farm Consultancy and more.
You'll need to complete practical work for both majors (urban and rural).
The Urban major requires you to complete 12 weeks practical work. This must include six consecutive weeks to be carried out with one employer.
The Rural major requires an additional 18 weeks practical work experience in Primary Production and Allied Industries.
Download the Practical Work Handbook (PDF 1800 KB) for this degree.
For more information, please email the Practical Work Coordinator or phone +64 3 423 0061.
The field trips were a chance to see how the property industry works first-hand. And some of the lecturers are also full-time valuers and real estate agents.
Bachelor of Land and Property Management
- Entry requirements
- Regulations and fees
- Intake semesters
- Additional major
University Entrance through NCEA or an approved, equivalent qualification.
If you have an overseas qualification, you can find out more about entry requirements here.
If English isn’t your first language, other entry requirements will apply. Learn more about English language requirements.
- English (highly recommended)
- Geography / Social Studies
- M?ori Studies
- Maths / Statistics
Rural Valuation Major
Urban Valuation and Property Management Major
Rural Valuation Major with Primary Production
This degree structure is indicative only. A course advisor will help you to select your electives and plan your degree. You can check out our courses to see what electives might interest you.