Welcome to the Middle East Chapter
This site is a key reference point for CoreNet Global members and anyone involved in Corporate Real Estate (CRE) who is interested in finding out more about our education and networking events in the Middle East region.
The Middle East Chapter was formed in 2008 by a core team of enthusiastic members, and has now established a significant membership base across the region. Another success is our Breakfast Briefings, monthly education and networking events where expert speakers update members and potential members on subjects relevant to the industry and the region.
The Middle East Chapter comprises members from across the CRE industry based in central part of the region, mainly Dubai and Abu Dhabi, with representation from companies such as General Electric, BASF, Parsons International, MasterCard, JLL and Standard Chartered Bank amongst others. With such a diverse and geographically dispersed member base, we are committed to providing programmes and services for all our members.
Please take the time to explore this site - it will open up a bank of knowledge and global connections and help you maximise the value of your CoreNet Global membership.
CORENET GLOBAL MIDDLE EAST CONTINUES STRONG LINKS WITH HERIOT WATT
CoreNet Global Middle East Chapter is delighted to be supporting Heriot Watt University - Dubai Campus’s Best Overall Student Performance -'MSc Real Estate' programme for the 5th year running.
The award is designed to recognise the hard work and top performance of Students studying at the Dubai Campus undertaking postgraduate studies in the field of property and real estate. Initiatives like this are welcome and exciting additions to the real estate programmes at Heriot Watt and enable students to demonstrate their talents and at the same time also benefit from the contact with different global firms or professional groups.
Judges who are senior members of the Heriot Watt University Academic Team come together each year to review those Students who have performed with excellence throughout the programme. The criteria for consideration is Students with the highest average mark across 8 taught modules and the final dissertation.