Postgraduate study in Property

We are not taking applications for the Bachelor of Property (Honours) or the Master of Property in 2024. Non-Property graduates can apply for our professional Master of Property Practice programme.

What can you study in Property?

You can complete a Bachelor of Property (Honours) or a Master of Property in areas such as:

  • Property valuation
  • Property management
  • Property development
  • Property finance and investment
  • Māori land

At postgraduate level, the teaching is research-led and covers the most recent methods and topics in the area of property.


Postgraduate courses in Property include:

  • Research Methods for Property
  • Specialised Valuations in Property
  • Property Market Behaviour
  • Property Trends and Issues
  • Financial Analysis for Property
  • International Property Markets
  • Urban Economic Analysis
  • Market Analysis for Property

Explore postgraduate Property courses.

Where can postgraduate study in Property take you?

The Department of Property takes an active role in finding employment for graduates and working with the Business School's Careers Centre to organise career workshops for Property students and arranging visits to property-related organisations.

Jobs related to Property

  • Investment management
  • Valuation
  • Property finance and investment
  • Property management
  • Property consultancy
  • Property development
  • Market research
  • Project management
  • Building surveying
  • Property portfolio fund management
  • Academia

Further study options

Doctor of Philosophy

Scholarships and awards

Each year we award scholarships and prizes to thousands of students.

Find out about the scholarships you may be eligible for, search available scholarships or begin an application by visiting Scholarships and awards.

Help and advice

For general student enquiries, please contact your nearest Student Hubs.

To contact a postgraduate adviser or the subject convenor, visit Key contacts.