Best practices and lessons learned, delivered by experienced professionals.

ULI’s education program delivers practical instruction for land use and real estate professionals at all levels from experienced practitioners and researchers.

Reflecting the diverse professionals that comprise the Urban Land Institute membership, the professional development program is designed to serve professionals across disciplines through classroom instruction, online courses, Real Estate School, Real Estate Entrepreneur Programs, and ULI’s Professional Development Certificate.

Take a Class

Learn the latest best practices in development, design, finance, marketing, and other real estate disciplines through ULI’s broad curriculum of classroom-based and online courses. View upcoming and on-demand courses.

Enroll in Real Estate School

Each year, ULI holds its basic, intermediate and advanced courses in real estate development and finance all in a single location, presenting a unique opportunity to quickly earn essential professional development credits. Sign up for this year’s Real Estate School.

Think Like an Entrepreneur

Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur looking for your first independent deal or a more seasoned veteran seeking to stay on top, the ULI Real Estate Entrepreneur Programs provide leading-edge techniques, lessons, and case studies, as well as face time with ULI’s senior leadership. Find the right Entrepreneur Program for you.

Earn Your Professional Development Certificate

While attending the Real Estate School and other education events, you can earn a ULI professional development certificate, as well as credit toward maintaining AIA and AICP certifications. There are three ULI certificates available: the Real Estate Development Certificate, the Real Estate Development Finance Certificate and the Certificate in Commercial Real Estate Pro Forma Fundamentals. Take your career to the next level with a ULI Professional Development Certificate.

Contact ULI Education

David Mulvihill
Vice President,
Professional Development