TU Dublin and Bannon Host Awards Ceremony for Outstanding Students

Since 2017, TU Dublin and Chartered Surveyors and Commercial Property Consultants, Bannon, have collaborated on an Applied Investment and Asset Valuations module for final-year Property Economics students.

The joint venture between Paul Doyle and Roderick Nowlan of Bannon, and Emer Byrne and Eloise Heron of TU Dublin underpins the appetite for both the university and industry to engage collaboratively around a real-world challenge in the property market. Speaking in May 2019 – Rod Nowlan, Executive director at Bannon outlined “the importance of the industry to engage early with students to help them transition from conceptual learning to actual live case files”.

The module, Applied Investment and Asset Valuations, challenges students to connect what they have learned over four years on the Property Economics degree to solve a real-world Asset Valuation and Investment challenge in the property industry.

Speaking at the prize-giving ceremony, Emer Byrne, Real Estate and Valuations Lecturer in TU Dublin said, “This module allows Property Economics students to use their learning to develop a deeper understanding of the complexities in the property sector.”

The 2018/2019 winners were as follows: Aine O’Flaherty, Kevin O’Rourke, Jane Donnelly, Daniel Marshall, Joseph Lee

The 2017/2018 winners were as follows: Sylvia Warren, Claire Meade, Natalia Delaney, Hanna McKenna, Matthew Foster

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