Henley Business School Sponsors 19th Annual Meeting of the African Real Estate Society
The annual AfRES conference is the principal forum in Africa for engagement between real estate researchers and educators with the continents leading real estate schools all represented. This year’s conference attracted over 250 participants, from 23 countries and was also the designated conference of the International Real Estate Society (IRES) for 2019.
Professor Éamonn D’Arcy represented Henley Business School at the conference where he launched the 2020-21 Henley Business School/AfRES/Reading Real Estate Foundation (RREF) African Scholarships for the MSc Real Estate and MSc Real Estate Finance programmes in the department of Real Estate and Planning. The 2019-20 Scholarships attracted over 70 well qualified applicants from across the African Continent.
In the picture above from left to right:
Adetayo Odunsi (current PhD student in the Department of Real Estate & Planning); Catherine Kariuki (President of AfRES and Reading Alumni); Professor Éamonn D’Arcy and Nicky Nzioki (President of the East African Chapter of AfRES and Reading Alumni).
|Published||18 September 2019|
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