Nottingham student nominated for IPFET award

Nottingham Trent (NTU) MSc International Real Estate Investment and Finance student Svenja Schulze has been nominated for the Investment Property Forum Education Trust prize for best postgraduate dissertation / consultancy project.

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) MSc International Real Estate Investment and Finance student Svenja Schulze has been nominated for the Investment Property Forum Education Trust prize for best postgraduate dissertation / consultancy project.

Svenja was nominated for the award because she has completed the Internship module and managed to obtain an overall module mark of 81%. In addition to this, her research report final submission focusing on the residential rent development in East and West Berlin after the German Reunification also achieved a mark of 81% (the highest on her course).

Svenja's supervisor through the module, Simone Allin said: "I was delighted to hear that Svenja has been nominated for the IPFET award, which is a well-deserved success and credit to her great commitment, diligence and determination to produce an excellent research report on her chosen topic. It has been a pleasure teaching and working with Svenja and I wish her all the best for her future career in the industry."

This prize is awarded every year by the Investment Property Forum (IPF). Set up in 1988, the IPF is the leading property investment organisation for individual members. It comprises of an influential network of senior professionals all active in the property market with a shared aim of supporting developments in the education of property and development.

Nottingham student nominated for IPFET award

Published on 13 January 2015
  • Category: School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment

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