It’s about engaging students for Program Director of MREI
Andre Kuzmicki, Adjunct Professor at the new Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure (MREI) program, believes learning extends far beyond the classroom. The highly-regarded Real Estate and Infrastructure MBA specialization has promoted an culture of engagement for many years and the new 12-month specialized Master’s program will build on that tradition.
With help from the Student Experience Fund he created three years ago, students have had the opportunity to travel to places like New York City, San Francisco and London, UK, participating in case competitions, lectures, site tours, networking and training events.
“A strong co-curricular program enriches student experience, helps to bridge theory and practice and results in better preparation for launching one’s career,” Kuzmicki says. “It is also immensely valuable to developing the leadership skills that are fundamental to success in both real estate and infrastructure.”
The extra-curricular events have helped students develop their professional network by getting to know many distinguished alumni and business leaders. With strong relationships in the industry, the program has created a tight-knit community built around the MBA REI Specialization.
“With the MREI format of full-time students going through the program as a single cohort, I am really excited by the prospect of an even more dynamic and immersive learning experience for our students,” says Kuzmicki.
The Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure program is accepting applications for January 2017. To learn more about the program and to attend the exciting MREI Launch Event in June, contact Assistant Director, Recruitment and Admissions, Boris Remes.
Watch the MREI Launch Video here: