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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Property Management

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Entrance Year Sept 2024

Programme Code 32405-SYP

Mode of Study Full-time

Normal Duration

2 years

Programme Intake 15 senior year places

Fund Type Government-Funded

Credits Required for Graduation

72 plus 2 training credits

Programme Leaders

Award Coordinator

Ms. Hebe H.H. How

BBus, gradDip, MSc, MRICS, MCIOB


  • This programme is offered within the BSc (Hons) Scheme in Building and Real Estate.

  • The curriculum of this programme, including the credit requirements, is subject to review.

  • The exact study duration and number of credits to be transferred will depend on the entry qualification of individual AD/HD admittees.

Aims and Characteristics

Programme Aims

This programme prepares students for careers in property management in Hong Kong and the region. It is a professional education programme with a global and practical perspective. Drawing on the wide range of building and real estate subjects on offer, the programme provides broad based and interdisciplinary education in the context of property and housing management, and facilities and real estate asset management. Graduates are all-rounders who can understand and work with the interplay between social, economic, political, legal, technological and commercial issues and problems.



The Senior year curriculum is derived from the 4-year full time undergraduate programme BSc (Hons) in Property Management.

Students in the 4-year undergraduate curriculum are required to take 121 credits and 2 training credits. For senior year intakes with an Associate Degree/Higher Diploma qualification in property management, surveying or relevant disciplines, 72 credits and 2 training credits are required for graduation.

Students have close contact with the industry through guest lectures, professional studies and property management workshops.The Department also offers a mentorship scheme in which students are matched with a local employer to gain insights into professional practice.  

We operate Work-Integrated Education (WIE) in collaboration with the University to help students in placement. WIE during the summer term is an integral element of the curriculum, and the completion of practical training is an essential criteria for fulfilling graduation requirements.

A Student Exchange Programme with overseas universities such as Loughborough University (UK), the Queensland University of Technology (Australia) and University of Florida (USA) provide students with opportunities to study abroad.

The general curriculum design of the programme comprises:

  • General University Requirements (GUR) Subjects – 9 credits
  • Discipline Specific Requirements (DSR) Subjects – 63 credits
  • Work Integrated Education (WIE) - 2 credits (training credits)


General University Requirements (GUR) Subjects

Please refer to the website of the Office of Undergraduate Studies at for details.


Discipline Specific Requirements (DSR) Subjects

Subject Code             
 Subject Title 
CLC3231P  Chinese Communication for Construction and Environment
ELC3421  English for Construction and Environmental Professionals
BRE315  Property Valuation
BRE326  Maintenance Technology & Management
BRE337  Property Law
BRE371  Introduction to Property Management
BRE350  Project Management & Procurement
 Urban Economics & Property Investment
 International Study**
BRE366  Analytical Skills & Methods
 Property Management Accounting
 Advanced Property Management
 Applied Property Investment
 Real Estate Marketing
 Housing Studies
 Facility Management
 Business Valuation & Accounts
 Asset Management
 Capstone Project
 Work-Integrated Education (WIE)
Elective Subject 1 #
Elective Subject 2 #  


#  All BRE Level 3 and Level 4 subjects of a particular Major or discipline are offered in the Semester 2 as electives to students in their Stage 3 and 4 of another Major or discipline within the Department, subject to subject offering, the fulfilment of any pre-requisite or co-requisite requirements and time-table constraints. BRE336 Development Control Law is offered in the Semester 1 as elective to students.


In view of the increasing demand for experts in the property management service industry, the requirement for degree or professional qualifications at the managerial level is crucial to the leading organizations. Graduates of BSc (Hons) in Property Management pursue their careers as property managers/officials of housing estates or take up posts in the retail and commercial real estate sectors in Hong Kong, mainland China, and beyond. Others serve in Hong Kong government departments, such as the Rating and Valuation Department, Lands Department, and Housing Department. Graduates are welcome to study master’s degree programmes further at the Department.

This programme is accredited by:

  • The Hong Kong Institute of Housing (HKIH);
  • The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) – General Practice (GP) Division, Property and Facility Management (PFM) Division;
  • The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in the UK (RICS); and
  • The Property Management Services Authority (PMSA)


A Higher Diploma or an Associate Degree in a relevant discipline.

Award Coordinator: Ms. Hebe How

Email: Email:


Admission Officer: Mr. KONG Wai Kei



Deputy Admission Officer: Dr. Tanya TAN


Ms. Connie Yap - Telephone: (852) 34003819

Applicants may obtain further information on the programme via the Study@PolyU website at

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