Pathways to Property

Pathways to Property is a new initiative to widen access to the property profession and Real Estate & Planning courses at the University of Reading. 

The programme is targeted at academically-able Year 12 students from non-traditional backgrounds and is supported by British Land, The Sutton Trust and a number of leading real estate firms.

RREF_Pathways_Talk1Pathways to Property programme for UK state schools and colleges:

Students will work with staff and students from the School of Real Estate & Planning at the University of Reading, one of the leading institutions in the world for teaching and research in real estate and planning. Students will explore current themes in property such as sustainability, housing issues and regenerating cities, and discover how A Level subjects such as Geography, Economics and Business Studies link to related undergraduate degrees and professional qualifications. Students will also develop an understanding of the career opportunities in property by attending talks and activities led by recent graduates and industry professionals.

If you would like to find out about industry involvement in the initiative, please see Information for alumni and industry

Pathways to Property Summer School

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How is the project funded?

Pathways to Property is led by The Reading Real Estate Foundation, a forward-thinking educational charity supporting real estate and planning education at the University of Reading. The initiative is being supported by the following donors who are sharing their expertise to ensure the project success:

Gold Supporters

  • British Land, one of Europe's largest real estate investment trusts 

  • The Sutton Trust, a charity improving educational opportunities for young people from non-privileged backgrounds 

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Rachel Lad

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Pathways to Property

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