Estate Management is a course that can come in between for both Arts and Science secondary students. This means one can comfortably study Estate Management in the university irrespective of their majors in secondary/high school.
Estate management is a broad and exciting course which can be endearing to many Nigerian students. Many universities and institutions offer estate management as a course of study. In this article, we would be looking at the best WAEC subjects’ combination to study estate management in the university.
Estate Management as a Profession in Nigeria
Estate management is a primary calling or vocation in Nigeria that necessitates the acquisition of specialized skills and knowledge in supervising the use, development, and management of land and landed properties.
Estate Management is concerned with the appraisal, acquisition, development, marketing, and management of real estate. Estate management can refer to the management of a residential property or a broad category of commercial property such as offices, hotels, and shops.
Estate Management careers provide exciting opportunities for those interested in the property sector. Individuals who are goal-oriented, driven, and passionate can find long-term employment opportunities.
As an Estate Manager, you will be in charge of the property’s staff, including hiring, training, and management. You will represent your clients in estate administration matters and interact with accountants, financial advisors, contractors, lawyers, and others.
Estate Management as a Course to Study
Estate management is a broad and integrative academic discipline. It covers a wide range of subjects. It covers topics such as land law, building construction, land economics, accounting, and so on.
Each Estate Management course contributes significantly to the learning and development of all Estate Management students. All of these courses are essential to the life and practice of an estate management student.
Graduates trained in Estate Management are expected to not only acquire the skills listed, but also to demonstrate them by making spontaneous, analytic, deductive, and competent judgments on issues confronting the modern Nigerian environment, particularly those relating to landed property interests. Estate Management graduates are also prepared to interact with other allied professionals in the construction/property industry.
WAEC Subjects Combination for Estate Management
The approved WAEC subjects’ combination for Estate Management include subjects such as.
- Biology/Government/Accounting/Physics/Commerce etc.
That means for your chances to get admission into an institution that offers Estate Management, one has to make sure in WAEC that he/she gets at least a C6 in English, Mathematics, Economics and Geography. Other additional subjects that the candidate can write include Biology, Government, Commerce, Civic Education, Igbo, Accounting, and others.
The approved WAEC subjects’ combination for Estate Management include subjects such as; Mathematics, English, Economics, Geography and any of Biology, Government, Accounting, Physics, Commerce, Civic Education, Chemistry and others.
O level requirements for Estate Management include subjects such as; Mathematics, English, Economics, Geography and any of Biology, Government, Accounting, Physics, Commerce, Civic Education, Chemistry and others.
In most universities, economics is a required subject to gain admission into the university. Economics is expected to be written in both WAEC and JAMB examinations.
Estate Management is under the faculty of Environmental sciences in most universities.
Estate management is a good course to study in Nigeria with opportunities that abound in the real estate industry in Nigeria that is ever evolving and growing.
If you studied estate management you can work as a property developer, project manager/officer, estate/property marketer, estate manager, property/facility manager, project appraisal, estate surveyor and valuer, or construction project supervisor in any property investment and development company (private or public).