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Support by CEM for redundant students

28 January 2009

The College of Estate Management has announced a new package to help those students who are facing financial difficulties due to redundancy as a result of the 'credit crunch'.

The property sector has been hit particularly hard by the crunch and the College has seen a surge in calls from students who are struggling to continue with their studies. For those students already studying, and who find themselves out of work due to redundancy at the time of re-registration, there is a potential discount of up to 75 percent available on their re-registration fees.

This package is open to existing students on all of the College’s courses from all countries of origin. In addition, the College has put a scheme in place to help students meet the ‘employment criteria’ that exist on several CEM courses. This will be in the form of suggesting alternative provisions to satisfy the requirements for ‘work-based’ experience/assignments.

Grahame Smith, finance director at CEM says: “This difficult time in the industry as a whole has prompted people to focus on building up their training and education..We really hope that this support package can help students suffering from financial difficulties due to redundancy to complete their valued education.”

For new studentsapplying for the Diploma in Surveying Practice and the College’s BSc programmes. there is an established bursary scheme in place, applications can be made once a student has been offered a place on their chosen course. *


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