Join the MIT Center for Real Estate’s faculty, staff, students and alumni for an Extended Open House event or an Information Session to learn more about the Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) Program at the MIT Center for Real Estate (CRE).
The MIT/CRE Cambridge, MA Extended Open House Event will offer a variety of experiences to participate in between October 30 - November 2, including:
- Sitting in on MSRED classes
- Open House Information Session by CRE Staff
- Luncheon Meet and Greet with Current Students and Faculty
- Career Development Event
- MSRED Alumni Panel Event and Networking
Testimonials from Past Participants
“I got a lot of takeaways… from the meetings, classes, info session and the chats with Students. I’m glad I flew all the way here!”- Ye Zhou, MSRED Candidate ‘18
“The event was really helpful in shaping my decision about applying to the program, especially talking with [the Sr. Program Coordinator], some faculty and students” – Matilda Thomas, Open House 2016
We hope you are able to join us in person for this event. However, if you are not able to attend, please register for the Live Stream of Monday evening’s Info Session.
More about the MSRED Program
The MSRED Program assembles a small cohort of diverse professionals looking to enhance and accelerate their careers in the real estate industry. The MSRED student is entrepreneurial, innovative, and driven to evolve the industry. Students are prepared to enter careers at the forefront of the real estate industry through the interdisciplinary blend of practical and theoretical training offered by CRE faculty.
Drawing from disciplines such as architecture, law, engineering, urban planning, finance, and design, the MSRED program creates a holistic, well-rounded approach to the modern real estate industry. Students are exposed to current events, research, and challenges through courses, labs, forums, and alumni events. Up-close involvement with new research and industry leaders is a unique benefit of the MSRED experience.
Candidates for the MSRED degree come to the Program with several years of experience within the built environment. The program offers students a chance to sharpen their skills by working with other professionals of exceptional promise. Building partnerships that will last long after graduation, MSRED students learn team building in an international context, applying research to real-world problems in a disciplined and intellectual framework.
For questions about the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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