The Land Administration Masters course at ITC was a great opportunity to connect with people working in the land administration sector from across the world.

Royal Mabakeng |, Junior Lecturer Land Administration, Land and Property Sciences, University of Science and Technology (Namibia)
“The multi-cultural environment provided a chance to cross-check my country’s land administration progress with those of my classmates”
Royal Mabakeng |, Junior Lecturer Land Administration, Land and Property Sciences, University of Science and Technology (Namibia)

This included the classmates during the core modules to the professors across different departments. The multi-cultural environment provided a chance to cross-check my country’s land administration progress with those of my classmates. ITC learning environment showed that collaboration and learning with many people bring richness to work. The case study discussion and experiences shared by classmates provided so much needed clarity to theory that we were taught. Plus, the different seminars offered by the university provided an insight into developments in different fields, a short bus trip to the main campus was always fun.   

I went to ITC with an expectation to learn and gain a masters, I left with a masters, plus a wealth of friends who I am still in contact with from over six countries across four continents.