The FIABCI Scholarship Foundation is an international initiative focused on supporting the future careers of our younger generation throughout the world. The Foundation is a nonprofit corporation to provide grants to students who demonstrate an interest in international real estate or who are enrolled in a FIABCI member university. Funds have also been granted to member universities to further their international real estate education programs.
The Foundation seeks qualified applicants from all FIABCI regions and has awarded scholarships to applicants from numerous FIABCI member countries. Click here to apply.
Recent Grantees: Fall 2013
Taizhuang Chen Gregory Demaiter Erik Douds Wajeha Qureshi Tatjana Staube
China Canada USA Pakistan Latvia
Johns Hopkins Harvard Colby College Harvard Riga Technical University
Katherine Flansburg Linda Kauskale Marjorie Perez
USA Latvia USA
Texas A&M Riga Technical University Johns Hopkins
India Case Study Group Berlin Case Study Group
A grant was used to award prizes to two Case Studies from The George Washington University “Real Estate Development Cases” course co-taught at by Professor Dr. Tom Geurts and Anthony Balestrieri. One of the winning cases was in Berlin (Germany) dealing with the intricacies of redevelopment in a congested and politically sensitive area. The other was in Mumbai (India) where the development of a completely new shopping mall was analyzed. The students visited the cities and saw the developments first-hand and interacted with local specialists to better understand the issues and provide project-specific recommendations. Click on the highlighted links to view their presentations.
Lian Yi Rhiannon Mann Elena Chrisniceanu
China Australia Moldova
Cornell Univ. of Technology, Sydney NYU
Lakeisha Byrd Hyun Choi Iveta Stamure
USA Korea Latvia
Georgetown Harvard Riga Technical University
Sanda Geipele Adam Romanov
Latvia USA, New York University
Riga Technical University
Geipele Research Paper
Katharina Johansen Disheng Lin Geoffrey M Smith Ted van Erp & Gerben Cazemier
Germany China, Cornell USA, New York University Netherlands, Hanze University Groningen
Katharina Johansen’s Capstone funded by the grant