Shortly we will publish updated information about the new edition of this programme.
The European Master in Real Estate Valuations EM-REV ON LINE is the result of three decades of experience in generating master programs, postgraduate and continuing education courses in the field of real estate valuations and management urbanism Centre of Land Policy and Valuations (CPSV) of the UPC.
The EM-REV created in response to the need to train highly qualified professionals competency models and valuation under international standards consistent with the progressive regulation of financial markets appeared after the real global crisis.
The EM-REV is the only master in Spain granted the student's academic and professional skills for the Minimum Educational Requirements (MER), which allows access to the REV (Recognised European Valuer) The European Group of Valuer's Associations (TEGOVA) . The REV is the status of excellence in real estate valuation. An international recognition that provides assurance to investors of all types and distinguishes the best professionals. In Europe 2,283 professionals have the REV accreditation.
TEGoVA represents the interests of over 70,000 qualified valuers 60 professional organizations from 33 countries in Europe, and is responsible for the publication of European valuation standards EVS since 1980.
The Spanish Association of Housing and Urban Rating (AEVIU) cooperating with TEGoVA in the EM-REV, is the only professional association accredited by TEGoVA to grant the REV in Spain.
The creation of the European Master in Real Estate Valuations (EM-REV) will open new professional horizons in the field of assessment and management planning, while acquire skills to define and implement measurement methods and dominate international assessment standards hand teachers, professionals in the construction and urban development and TEGoVA own sector. The EM-REV has a methodology based on professional practice, thanks to new technologies, allows you to balance their professional training tasks, without sacrificing the proper networking in the traditional classroom.