Know all about MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure
Alexandra Charlotte Philip who is a student at RICS SBE (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors School of Built Environment) of Amity University shares her views about how pursuing MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure which will help students in entering the industry as a budding professional with a defined pathway to personal and professional success. By choosing MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure, Alexandra feels like it would complement her knowledge as a civil engineer and open various corporate career options. In conversation with Careers360 she shares her views about "How an MBA and Engineering degree share a symbiotic relationship" and also tells us about the MBA programme which is pursuing
Question: What was the objective of Choosing MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure
Alexandra Charlotte Philip: Personally, I chose to pursue an MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure because it would complement my knowledge as a civil engineer and open various corporate career options for me. Right from marketing to financial feasibility valuations to paralegal services for arbitration and contracts, this course exposed me to various options and transformed civil engineering into a dynamic field as opposed to the one-dimensional perspective I had; where I assumed my career options were rigorous site-based roles.
Question: Tell us something about the key features of MBA in Real Estate and Urban Infrastructure and how did they benefit you?
Alexandra Charlotte Philip: My course at RICS SBE made me a multi-disciplinary professional as I stepped into the Industry. The course exposed me to the corporate, pre-construction and post-construction aspects of the Construction and Real Estate Industry. It highlighted the cyclical nature of the industry and the need for professional input throughout. In an endeavour to make me a multi-faceted professional, finance and marketing concepts were integrated into my course with a Real Estate angle. This makes it a much better option than a mainstream ‘MBA in Finance or Marketing’
Another highlight of this MBA is outreach and industrial exposure. The extra-curricular activities had me playing host to the most renowned names in the industry for ‘leadership lectures’ and panel discussions. They say that “the company you keep defines you.” and RICS SBE ensured we kept the most aspirational company from the word go!
Finally, a course at RICS SBE sets the groundwork to become ‘Member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.’ It helps each student enter the industry as a budding professional with a defined pathway to personal and professional success. I am glad to have had this experience. It has given me friends, memories and opportunities of a lifetime.
Question: Tell us something about the course offered at RICS School of Built Environment?
Alexandra Charlotte Philip: Simply put, just a degree is no longer enough. While building our career, we now need to focus on the endgame right in the beginning. College (or B-School) and course selection set you apart as much as your hard work and GPA. A prestigious name or a unique specialisation can distinguish you from the crowd you are competing with. RICS School of Built Environment is the perfect blend of both! They have courses centered on the built environment sector thus allowing for specialisation in the core sector of the civil and construction industry. They are backed by the prestigious Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors - a globally renowned professional body.
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Why do I choose LPU over Amity for my B,Tech CSE?
Lovely Professional University is the best choice to opt for CSE. It ranked 78th amongst all government and private universities by NIRF ranking released by MHRD, Government of India.
LPU provides a great academic exposure to its students as it provides scope to their students to attend guest lectures or workshops.
Also the subjects you are going to study, their syllabus and curriculum is so designed keeping in mind the industry demands.
At LPU the curriculum keeps changing and the new courses like AI, IOT, Big Data, Cloud computing are added. Frequent workshops are also organized.
Though placements vary from one college to another, as per official data,
" Around 550+ companies visit every year for such activities and campus-recruitment of students from LPU. Companies like Microsoft,Amazon,Dell,Dainkin,HCL,Bosch,Samsung are visiting campus for recruitment. "
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Amity university IN Lucknow.. fee for bsc
As you haven't mentioned that in which subject you want to do BSC so I'm unable to tell you the exact fee structure for your course. According to my research I guess the fees for full 3 years i.e, total fees for BSC would range around 2.87-4.44lakhs.
For more information you can visit to the link mentioned below-
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How is amity law college lucknow if placement is not an issue as much?How is the faculty n overall development as legal professional in 5 years ?
Hello there. Hope you are doing good. I would like to tell you that Amity Law College, Lucknow is a good option to pursue your career in B.A LLB. The college's law department is considered to be one of the most active department with supportive faculties and activities conducting by the department quite frequently. So, it will definitely help you in grooming your personality as a legal professional. The placement scenario is also decent of the college. Placement is not an issue in the college as many companies visit the campus providing job opportunities.
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Among 1)SRM university 2)Manipal institute of tech. 3)chandigarh university 4)Velore institute of tech. 5)Amity university 6)KIIT which are the best and easiest to get admission for Electrical engineering and computer science minor?
If you talk about best thenVIT is 100% better among all of the above. VIT is much better in terms of acadmics, infrastructure, placements etc.
Manipal, Kiit, Cu, Srm these are also very good college but not as good as Vit.
Secondly to get admission in the above college, you have to clear jee mains with a very decent marks of more than 93+ Percentile for general category for most of them.
Although they have their separate exams as well like
- , Cu takes on boards basis
- Kiit has its own exam
- Manipal also conduct own entrance
But jee mains marks are also considered.
Now every exam is equally difficult to clear.
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I am a student of BCA from Amity University. In our university maths is only for 1st semester. so, I wanted to know that I am eligible for NIMCET entrance test which required maths an compulsory subject encapsulation.
Hello there. Hope you are doing good. I would like to tell you that yes you are eligible for NIMCET entrance test. NIMCET eligibility criteria requires you to have BCA from a recognized university with Mathematics as one of the subjects. I am providing you a link which contains eligibility information of NIMCET.
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