ULI Hines Student Competition – Europe
Hines and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) have launched the 2023 competition for university and business school students across Europe.
The competition offers eligible students the opportunity to form multidisciplinary teams and engage in a challenging exercise in responsible land use.
Working in up to eight teams of four, students are set the task of working on a challenge which tests their understanding of the core elements of real estate finance, planning, and development, as well as social and environmental issues that impact decisions around land-use and sustainable development.
This year’s final will be held on 10 May 2023, with the winners being announced the same day.
ULI Hines Student Competition 2023 winning team
On 11 May 2023, ULI Europe and Hines announced the winner of the ULI Hines Student Competition.
ULI Hines Student Competition finalists 2023
ULI and Hines are pleased to announce this year’s competition finalists.
ULI Hines Student Competition – Europe | Emanuel Rebelo
The 2023 winning team members will receive:
- a fast-track to the Hines internship programme;
- a guided tour of a live development project and participation in project meetings in Hines European offices (as travel restrictions allow)
- a one-year ULI membership providing access to research content, event, webinars, education and mentorship programs, knowledge sharing and connections with a multidisciplinary global network of a real estate and land use professionals; and,
- complimentary access to tailored in-person opportunities within the ULI programmes, depending on location and interest.
All students reaching the final stage of the competition will receive a one-year ULI membership.
2023 ULI Hines Student Competition – Europe: RULES
If you cannot find the answer to your question below, please email Europe.Competitions@uli.org
Who Can Apply
The competition is open to teams of university and business school students from any accredited European educational institution. Finalists from 2020, 2021, and 2022 competitions are not able to apply again this year.