How to Invest in China Real Estate, a Harvard University Executive Education Program, Returns in April 2009

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How to Invest in China Real Estate, a new Harvard Executive Education program for senior real estate executives will be offered again in April 2009

The Office of Executive Education at Harvard University Graduate School of Design has announced that its How to Invest in China Real Estate program will be offered again on April 6-8, 2009.

China may emerge as one of the few markets offering strong returns in the midst of the global real estate meltdown. This program will teach participants how to navigate this challenging market and create a toolkit for making investments there.

The program--led by an exceptional faculty of senior Harvard professors, leading China and Western lawyers, and top Chinese and Western real estate development and investment professionals--will help participants determine whether China should be their next investment destination, and, if so, will examine how to find high-return projects and invest in them successfully.

A sampling of the program's topics includes How to do Business in China, How to Find the Best Cities and Assets to Invest in, How to Successfully Complete Development Projects in China, How to Conduct Meaningful Due Diligence for Development Projects, How to Finance Investments in China, How to Work with the Chinese Government, and How to Negotiate to Close an Investment Project.

This year participants have the option of enrolling in day one only of the three-day program, which covers the fundamentals of investing in China, or the entire program.

Complete program and registration information can be found at:

For information on Harvard's other real estate executive education programs that are scheduled throughout the year visit:

About the Office of Executive Education at Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Now in its tenth year, The Office of Executive Education at Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) is the foremost provider of Executive Education programs for architects, planners, and real estate and building industry professionals. Executive Education offers an extensive menu of programs that covers topics in design and real estate as well as customized programs that can be tailored to an organization's or firm's specific learning needs. Drawing upon the unparalleled resources of Harvard University, Executive Education programs are led by renowned faculty from the GSD, the Business School, the Law School, and the Kennedy School of Government, as well as eminent practitioners and scholars from across the country and around the world. For more information, visit

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Corlette McCoy