For current students and past graduates CULS offers a unique network of property professionals that can be approached for careers advice, introductions and mentoring.
Each Autumn the Society runs a Careers in Property Event in Cambridge for students of the undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The event is organised by the Society’s Honorary Careers Officer and supported by Department of Land Economy and the Cambridge University Careers Service. Details of the last event can be found on the Past Events page.
The annual Careers in Property Event has been running for nearly 50 years, informing students about the range of careers in the property sector and introducing them to potential recruiters in time for the graduate recruitment closing dates. A property career is multi-disciplined and has a wide range of entry points from investment banks, asset management houses, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds, development companies, retailers, as well as the more traditionally surveying route. Details of forthcoming careers events can be found on the Future Events page.
Useful information about property careers is available on these external websites:
If you are a potential recruiter of Land Economy and other Cambridge graduates interested in property careers and you would like to support a CULS careers event please contact the Society’s Honorary Careers Officer, Louise Sherwin: email@example.com
Honorary Careers Officer
Louise is a Director at Deloitte Real Estate, specialising in development consultancy and agency. She read Geography as an undergraduate at Girton College, before completing a part-time MSc in Real Estate Investment at Cass Business School. She qualified as a Chartered Surveyor and has since spent 10 enjoyable years working on major development projects in the UK and internationally.
As careers officer of the Land Society, she is passionate about promoting opportunities within the industry to current students at the university. Her role includes leading the organisation of the annual property careers fair, an event which has doubled in size over the last few years.