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University College of Estate Management is the leading provider of supported online education for the Built Environment, with 100 years’ experience of providing the highest quality learning opportunities. Founded in 1919 as The College of Estate Management (CEM), the institution has educated more than 150,000 students across the globe in its first century and at any one time, it has more than 4,000 students from more than 100 countries benefiting from its qualifications taught by tutors with extensive industry experience.
UCEM helps to enhance Built Environment professional careers through its accredited property-related and construction programmes, offered at Postgraduate, Undergraduate and Apprenticeship levels.
For UCEM, the Apprenticeship Levy has been a game-changer and the institution now offer apprenticeship programmes from A-Level equivalent all the way through to MBA. In 2017 UCEM was named a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s apprenticeship framework for property apprenticeship training for government departments and the wider public sector, including NHS Trusts and local authorities. In addition, UCEM works with several local authorities across the regions on an individual basis.
To find out more about UCEM then please visit the website.