Dr Muhammed Bolomope

Dr Muhammed Bolomope
Dr Muhammed Bolomope
Dr Muhammed Bolomope


Accepting PhDs

Email Address
Office Address
S41 Edward Wright Building
Old Aberdeen Campus
Dunbar Street
AB24 3QY

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Business School


Dr Muhammed Bolomope is a Lecturer in Real Estate at the University of Aberdeen Business School. He obtained his PhD from the University of Auckland, New Zealand and has previously lectured at Massey University and Lincoln University, both in New Zealand. Based on his multi-disciplinary background, Muhammed has worked professionally in various property appraisal, development and management roles. He has published articles in reputable journals and his research interests are in property market disruptions, decision-making, sustainability, procurement and urban policy.

Memberships and Affiliations

Internal Memberships

Business School Lead- Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)

Go Abroad Tutor- Outgoing and Incoming

Member- EDI Committee

External Memberships

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy -FHEA

Member- Facilities Management Association of New Zealand -MFMANZ

Member- Nigerian Society of Engineers -MNSE

Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria -COREN Registered Engineer

Latest Publications

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Prizes and Awards

Department of Property, University of Auckland -Gerald Brown Memorial Award

PhD Early Completion Award

Dean’s List of Exceptional PhD Thesis Award

University of Auckland Business School Publication Award

QuakeCore Scholarship Award


Research Areas

Accepting PhDs

I am currently accepting PhDs in Real Estate.

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss your research ideas further.

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Real Estate

Accepting PhDs

Current Research

Real Estate Development, Real Estate Management, Sustainability in the Built Environment  and Urban Policy

Past Research

Procurement, Property Market Disruptions, Property Investment Decision-making 


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Contributions to Conferences

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