Education

One of our main tasks is to enhance and promote a truly professional workforce in the industry. We have done so since 1991. In 2013 we started a world unique collaboration together with four prestigious universities in the Nordics; KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, CBS Copenhagen Business School, NHH the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen and Aalto University in Helsinki. With the growing internationalization and ever higher demands on the industry we considered it imperative to liaise with the academic world.
In 2017 we are ready to take the next step. We have updated the content of the program and open up for more alternatives to attend our courses customized for the shopping center industry. The first course/module in 2017 is Market Analysis at KTH in Stockholm, march 27-29.

NCSC Business Program Diploma

Meet the challenges in the Shopping Center Industry – sign up for full Diploma program at NCSC Business Program Growing internationalization, higher demands of the center management, big changes in the industry and the society- how can you meet those changes? We believe in new knowledge and networking cross the boarders! NCSC has a long educational tradition. Since […]

Innovative and competitive leadership for shopping centers

Shopping center managers are facing huge challenge: how to find space and time for long term development while you are under the pressure of everyday tasks and duties?  This course give you concrete and tangible tools that can help and inspire you in your everyday work as a leader. We will explore how to increase […]

Asset Management

Understanding financial decisions making is key skill for every manager- be it to understand the impact of rent discussions or to evaluate the costs and benefits of long time expansion decisions. This module will lay the foundations for you to master these essential skills. Sign up for this single course or a full Diploma program at NCSC […]

Branding and the Marketing Plan

Retailing as such, and shopping malls in particular, are undergoing massive changes. This concerns the tenant mix, the consumer footfall, and the reasons why people visit shopping malls and the individual tenants. Branding comes in many concepts, and we will explore these in an attempt to identify perspectives, that could be useful for every participant […]