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Post Nominals MA, MSc, FRICS, SFHEA
Biography Grazyna is a Senior Lecturer in Urban Economics and Real Estate at the School of Architecture and Environment at the University of the West of England. Her teaching centres around real estate finance, investment, and strategy. Her research is on investment strategies, transaction risk, the changing nature of the retail real estate market, and land management. She has nearly 20 years of experience in real estate consultancy gained at EY, PwC, and KPMG in the UK, Europe, and Australia. She is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Chartered Valuation Surveyor, RICS assessor, programme accreditor, mentor, past member of RICS governing bodies in Poland and Australia. Grazyna is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and assessor. She holds MA in Economics, MSc in Property Appraisal and Management and PGCert in Academic Practice.
Co-founder of LINK – Land International Network for Knowledge (, where she is responsible for the Education and Professional Development stream. If you are interested, please e-mail or visit the LINK Education Page.
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Research Interests - changing nature of the retail sector
- land and commercial property transactions, due diligence and transaction risks
- valuation risk
- corporate real estate strategy
Teaching and Learning MSc Real Estate Management and MSc Real Estate Finance and Investment:
1.1. Module leader: Real Estate Finance and Investment (30 creds)
1.2. Module co-lecturer: Strategic Estate Management (15 creds):
1.3. Module co-lecturer: Real Estate Investment and Development (30 creds)
1.4. Module leader: MSc Dissertation (60 creds)
BSc Real Estate and BA Property Development and Planning:
2.1. Module leader: International Property Management and Investment - Y3 (30 creds)
2.3. Module co-delivery: Professional Practice for Built Environment Professionals - Y2 (15 creds, 120 students)
2.4. Module co-delivery: Dissertation - Y3 (30 creds, 55 students),
2.5. Module co-delivery – single lectures: Real Estate Economics - Y2 (15 creds, 40 students); Agency - Y3 (15 creds, 40 students); Context of Design and Development – foundation students (30 creds, >100 students); Technological Innovation and Life Cycles (30 creds, 30 students_)