Urban Economic Studies and Real Estate Scholarships
The University of Connecticut Centre for Real Estate has available several scholarships and awards for real estate students during the Fall and Spring academic semesters. The University is ranked no 1 in the nation for real estate research and is among the top 10 real estate program in the U.S. Its impressive academic credentials are matched by a strong emphasis on real-world problem-solving. The University of Connecticut also has scholarships awards for the Urban Economic Studies students to help in shaping the future of real estate by providing support for the research and educational programs at the University.
The Center for Real Estate draws from a staff with deep and diverse professional experience. They work with first-class analytical tools to spot trends and solve problems. The Center is also a trusted resource for professionals – a way to share ideas and information. As a Council member, you benefit from the Center’s services, while you mentor the next leaders in the real estate profession.
University of Connecticut Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies Scholarships details
– Undergraduate students who have taken at least two (2) real estate courses or who are now enrolled in their second real estate course; and
– Graduate students who are pursuing a concentration in real estate. Most of the University of Connecticut scholarships are sponsored by professional real estate organizations. Applications are screened by Real Estate Center staff; selection of the award recipient is made by the sponsoring organization.
Types of Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies Scholarships
– Byrl N. Boyce Valuation Scholarship
– Carl F. Traub Memorial Scholarship
– Connecticut Association of Realtors Past Presidents’ Scholarship
– Greater Hartford Association of REALTORS® Commercial Real Estate Council
– ICSC International Council of Shopping Centers Foundation – William Holmes/Hart Advisors Scholarship
– Konover Coppa Family Fund for the School of Business Center for Real Estate
– Dr Marc A. Louargand Memorial Fellowship Endowment
– Ned Heberger Student Fund
– Society of Industrial and Office Realtors/Samuel F. Pierson Scholarship
– Stephen Messner School of Business Scholarship Fund
– William N. Kinnard, Jr. Scholarship
If you want to be considered for any of the scholarships listed above, please follow the steps listed below
– Complete the Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies Scholarships application form.
– Submit a current resume.
– Submit an unofficial transcript.
– Write a one-page essay explaining why you have chosen real estate as a career. Essay guidance: not longer than one page; typed; size 11 or 12 font; one inch margins; space-and-a-half (1.5) spacing; top line or header of the essay should read: your full name in the upper left, and the wording “Real Estate Scholarship Essay” (omit quotes) in the upper right.
For more details Call Debbie Philips (860)-486-3227 at the Center for Real Estate to schedule an appointment to submit your application. The various scholarships have different deadlines; applications not received by the deadline cannot be considered for that particular scholarship. Please submit your scholarship application as soon as possible.
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