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What is the University
ICSC’s University of Shopping Centers has been providing Master’s level education to real-estate professionals for over 45 years. In 2011, the University of Shopping Centers features 10 colleges – areas of concentration – offering 60 advanced courses on cutting-edge topics that provide real-world examples and practical solutions to some of the toughest issues facing industry professionals today.

Who Should Attend
Professionals, at all levels of an organization; with small, medium or large center experience; representing any and all types of retail real estate properties Service providers of products and services to the shopping center industry. Executives seeking in-depth information on any of the various disciplines covered. Anyone who seeks additional education and training in challenging new topics. Graduates of the John T. Riordan School for Professional Development. Those who have achieved ICSC accreditation: CSM, CMD, CLS, CDP, SCSM, SCMD, SCLS. Shopping center management from around the world.

Find out which college is right for you!

How It Works?
Attendees are free to customize their experience by electing to attend one or more classes (up to six) over three days and by selecting classes from any of the colleges or from one area of concentration. The classes are taught in an interactive, non-lecture style to encourage class involvement and to solicit a variety of points of view.

About The International Council of Shopping Centers
Founded in 1957, ICSC is the premier global trade association of the shopping center industry. Its more than 55,000 members in over 90 countries include shopping center owners, developers, managers, marketing specialists, investors, retailers and brokers, as well as academics and public officials. As the global industry trade association, ICSC links with more than 25 national and regional shopping center councils throughout the world.

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