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Presentation prepared for the 9 th ERES Education Seminar Bratislava – Slovak Republic | Presentation prepared for the 9 th ERES Education Seminar Bratislava – Slovak Republic | December 6 th-7 th, 2013 STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT IN BRAZIL Rogerio Santovito - rogerio. [email protected] br Escola Politécnica, University of São Paulo IRE|BS International Real Estate Business School, University of Regensburg Kompetenzzentrum für Nachhaltigkeit in der Immobilienwirtschaft 1

Context of the research Although the sustainability theme in general has been somehow incorporated Context of the research Although the sustainability theme in general has been somehow incorporated into the curriculum of higher education courses, increasingly the real estate industry recognizes Sustainable Development as an issue of mandatory competence for future professionals. The challenge of sustainability to real estate education: what employers will require. Sayce, Lewis and Ellison, 2005 RICS Sustainability as a mandatory competence for APC (2011) RICS supporting UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) July 2013 This would favor the incorporation of 2

Context of the research The concept of Sustainable Development is wide-ranging and lacks a Context of the research The concept of Sustainable Development is wide-ranging and lacks a theoretical consensus. Often, therefore, there is the adoption in courses of several complementary definitions, as well as environmental practices already established prior to the emergence of this discussion. “…programme core knowledge and competencies must be defined with reference to market needs. ” D’Arcy & Taltavull, 2009 The market for real estate graduates in Europe, the evolution of real estate education in business school and built environment contexts, accreditation issues, developing best practice, lifelong learning, defining core real estate knowledge, minimum education requirements, new learning technologies and their application to real estate. 3

Research objectives üThis research addresses the issue of Sustainable Development Education, in an effort Research objectives üThis research addresses the issue of Sustainable Development Education, in an effort to enable a better integration of sustainability topics into several MBAlevel courses @EPUSP-Brazil. üTo get evidence on students' perceptions of education for Sustainable Real Estate Development; how they see the involvement of real estate companies into Sustainable Development practices, and their opinions/preferences about the delivery formats of educational content. 4

Survey methodology Biasutti and Surian (2012), The Students’ Survey of Education for Sustainable Development Survey methodology Biasutti and Surian (2012), The Students’ Survey of Education for Sustainable Development Competencies: A Comparison Among Faculties. Rieckmann (2011), Key Competencies for a Sustainable Development of the World Society. Hayles (2010), can Greening the Curriculum Influence Student’s Perceptions and Awareness of Sustainability Study of the documentation from the original researches 5

Questionnaire design In general terms, the perceptions and opinions that would be captured by Questionnaire design In general terms, the perceptions and opinions that would be captured by the questionnaire were ordered using: Demographics about respondents; Personal perceptions about SD and their professional practices; Involvement of real estate companies and market influences over SD; Competencies for Sustainable Development; Educational content / delivery format 6

Questionnaire design Demographics about respondents Age group (generations) > 65 y. 45 ~ 64 Questionnaire design Demographics about respondents Age group (generations) > 65 y. 45 ~ 64 y. o. 35 ~ 44 y. o. 25 ~ 34 y. o. < 25 y. o. Which category best describes your company? (Construction Mgnt. , Property Company - Shopping / Retail, Property company – Offices, Urban Planning, Engineering projects Architecting, facility Management, developer, etc (25 options). What is the approximate % between domestic and multinational clients. Your position level at current organization: S. T. O. 7

Questionnaire design Personal perceptions about SD and their professional practices What is your definition Questionnaire design Personal perceptions about SD and their professional practices What is your definition for the concept of Sustainable Development? (open text) To what extent the concept of Sustainable Development has affected your current professional activity? (Likert 5 pt) To what extent the concept of sustainable development has affected the business of the company for which you work, in terms of changes of the competencies needed for professional performance? (Likert 5 pt) 8

Questionnaire design Involvement of real estate companies and market influences over Sustainable Development In Questionnaire design Involvement of real estate companies and market influences over Sustainable Development In your opinion, to what extent medium and large real estate development companies have awareness of their ability to shape the urban landscape and to promote sustainable development? (Likert 5 pt) In your opinion, to what extent medium and large real estate development companies seek solutions to their real estate products taking into account aspects of sustainability? (Likert 5 pt) What do you consider to be the main drivers for your organization to take sustainability into consideration in the services you offer? Legislation Market transformation Better informed clients Corporate Social responsibility 9

Questionnaire design Competencies for Sustainable Development To what extent do you think the following Questionnaire design Competencies for Sustainable Development To what extent do you think the following competencies for Sustainable Development are relevant to your specific professional practice? (Likert 5 pt) 1. Competency for systemic thinking and handling of complexity 2. Competency for anticipatory thinking 3. Competency for critical thinking 4. Competency for acting fairly and ecologically 5. Competency for cooperation in (heterogeneous) groups 6. Competency for participation 7. Competency for empathy and change of perspective 8. Competency for interdisciplinary work 9. Competency for communication and use of media 10. Competency for planning and realizing innovative projects 11. Competency for evaluation 12. Competency for ambiguity and frustration tolerance 10

Questionnaire design Educational content / delivery format Sustainable Development is seen as interdisciplinary in Questionnaire design Educational content / delivery format Sustainable Development is seen as interdisciplinary in nature. What is your preference about the way in which the topics of Sustainable Development should be discussed in MBA courses? • Distributed across different disciplines, with a closing module at • • the end. Distributed across the disciplines As an independent discipline/module If you could spend 2 weeks in an international field trip experiencing Sustainable Real Estate Development practices, which cities or countries you'd prefer to visit? 11

Pilot Study Total Students: 617 Cleaned list (excluded failed and dropouts): 521 Pilot sample Pilot Study Total Students: 617 Cleaned list (excluded failed and dropouts): 521 Pilot sample ~10% (53) 12

Pilot Study Period analyzed: 5 years (2009 -2013) Pilot does not allows for generalization Pilot Study Period analyzed: 5 years (2009 -2013) Pilot does not allows for generalization of the results, but validates the use of the resultant (adjusted) questionnaire. 13

Final considerations Comments for improving the questionnaire International comparative research 14 Final considerations Comments for improving the questionnaire International comparative research 14

Presentation prepared for the 9 th ERES Education Seminar Bratislava – Slovak Republic | Presentation prepared for the 9 th ERES Education Seminar Bratislava – Slovak Republic | December 6 th-7 th, 2013 STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT IN BRAZIL Rogerio Santovito - rogerio. [email protected] br Escola Politécnica, University of São Paulo IRE|BS International Real Estate Business School, University of Regensburg Kompetenzzentrum für Nachhaltigkeit in der Immobilienwirtschaft 15