University students and graduates in the United Kingdom who are from an underrespresented background.
As the world continues to evolve, there has never been a better time to learn about the fundamentals of ESG and gain an understanding of the sector.
Our ESG Launchpad is an 8-week long blended programme where students and graduates from underrepresented groups can learn about ESG business practices from a built environment perspective and connect with employers across the sector.
16+, worldwide – all you need is an interest in property and the wider built environment in the United Kingdom!
The Land Collective has run two successful cohorts of Virtual Internship Programmes to date, in the areas of Commercial Real Estate, Construction and Planning and Development.
Open to all, it’s your opportunity to learn more about the built environment sector, boost your employability and gain new skills.
Female, Year 11 students in London who are of Black or Mixed Black heritage.
This programme is a unique opportunity to gain insights into a variety of areas across the property sector in the UK and learn about the opportunities available.
We created this programme to encourage more young girls of Black heritage to take interest in and enter the property industry, while giving them the opportunity to meet like minded people, participate in interactive workshops, connect with employers and more.
16+, worldwide – all you need is an interest in financial modelling in real estate.
The Land Collective has run two successful essay writing competitions in partnership with training provider, Bayfield Training.
The winners of the essay writing competition win a place on their sought after Financial Modelling for Real Estate course, alongside other prizes; great for building your personal profile.
Open to students, this is a great opportunity to get creative when addressing key challenges across the sector and really develop your critical thinking skills.
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