The Rental Property Management Licensing Course — will open in a new tab is offered by the UBC Sauder School of Business, Real Estate Division.
The course is flexible in order to meet the needs of busy adult learners, with just enough structure to ensure high-quality learning. You can register at any time during the year for this self-paced blended learning course. For more course information and to register online, please visit the UBC Sauder School of Business, Real Estate Division’s Rental Property Management Licensing Course — will open in a new tab.
Students in the licensing course must:
- complete all course assignments within one year of registering. The course assignments take a minimum of 10 weeks to complete. On average, most individuals complete the course and exam within six months, based on completing one assignment a week. Each assignment takes approximately 10-12 hours to complete.
- obtain a minimum grade of 70% on the licensing examination.
For detailed information regarding the course topics, you can view the Table of Contents — will open in a new tab.
The following student support services are included in the course tuition fee:
- Tutorial assistance from course specialists, through a toll-free number and email.
- Online course resources, containing course updates, study materials, schedules, discussion forums, and tutorial information.
If you feel that you have previous education or experience that would exempt you from either the Licensing Course or Examination, please review RECBC’s Education Exemption Guidelines.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT EXTERNAL TUTORS/LECTURES.
Students are encouraged to take advantage of the tutorial assistance and lectures provided with their Rental Property Management Licensing Course rather than spending additional money on external tutors/lectures.
RECBC and the UBC Sauder School of Business, Real Estate Division are not affiliated with any external tutorial classes. These services are not monitored and RECBC and the UBC Sauder School of Business, Real Estate Division cannot be responsible for any information provided by these individuals or companies.
External tutorial companies regularly make false claims, such as “only 30% of students pass the exam” or “we’ll guarantee that you will pass the exam” so that you will spend your money with them. Remember, there are no guarantees and the UBC Sauder School of Business, Real Estate Division works with all students to provide every opportunity for success.