Mondo International Academy

MBA Human Resource Management and Real estate market

MBA Human Resource Management and Real estate market is a study program where students acquire expertise in management, negotiation management, and HR management strategies. This concentration creates a strong foundation for a human capital management approach in business organizations and real estate agencies.

This study program offers two focus areas: human resources management or real estate market.

Human resources management focuses on self-time management, employee motivation, employee management strategy, labor law, and employee training.

The real estate market part of the program is designed for owners of real estate agencies and real estate brokers who want to acquire knowledge in real estate management in combination with labor law, marketing, real estate brokerage, real estate activities and services, real estate and taxes. Students get an overview of real estate contracts with specific situations in practice.

Advantages:

  • the program MBA Human Resource Management and Real estate market offer the possibility of a parallel study together with another study program,
  • specialization in a certain field of law,
  • the possibility of shortening the study,
  • choice of the form of study.
MBA is a managerial educational program designed for middle and top managers.

Forms of the study: 

  • Full-time form
  • Online form
  • Consultation form
  • Individual form

Study process: 

In each year of the study program, there are 8 core (compulsory) modules. The student has the option to specialize in his study by replacing three of them with 3 modules from another study program.

The study is not based on the semester system.

The Study length: 2 years

The study ends with working out the final thesis, with a positive rating from the supervisor and the opponent.

Entry requirements:  

Completion of either a Bachelor´s degree or equivalent to the level of an academic bachelor’s degree.

In addition to the general entry requirements, you must meet the specific entry requirements as detailed by each program. For example, many Master’s degree programs require that your Bachelor’s degree has a particular major, or you may need to have completed certain subject credits within your Bachelor’s degree.

For more information read about the general admission procedure.

The Study Program

First Year:

  1. Human resources management
  2. Microeconomics and macroeconomics
  3. Real estate activities
  4. Real estate brokerage
  5. Real estate and taxes
  6. Real estate contracts
  7. Real estate services
  8. Psychology for managers and entrepreneurs

Second Year:  

  1. Self-time management
  2. The effective motivation of employees
  3. Employee management strategy
  4. Employee training
  5. Marketing
  6. Real estate market
  7. Labor law
  8. Research Methods