The MSRED program is situated in the Center for Real Estate in Building 9. The Center (CRE) houses the main lecture hall where many of the MSRED courses are taught. In addition there is a student lounge and student conference rooms dedicated solely for use by our students.
Many of our students participate in campus clubs, most notably the MIT Sloane Real Estate Club and the Harvard Real Estate Club. MSRED students can also join the MIT Graduate Student Council, which will provide funding for student activities.
There are regular ongoing activities in the CRE that are available to students such as:
- Thought Leader Speaker Series is a speaker series organized by the Center that brings in leading industry professionals who focus on different segments within the real estate industry. Session topics may include Asset Management, Corporate Real Estate, Development, Acquisitions, and Institutional Users.
- Research seminar luncheons are periodic lunchtime presentations given by leading industry professionals and academics regarding their ongoing, cutting-edge research
- Field Trips are organized for students to visit developers, tour neighborhood and new development projects.
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