Internalisation is gaining importance in the real estate sector. Real estate education therefore needs to convey the knowledge required for property investments in a global context. This can be achieved through the internalisation of the real estate curriculum and through co-operations in the field of real estate education between universities of different countries. This paper is an attempt to describe the reasons for an internalisation of real estate education and tries to uncover the status quo and the latest developments in the internalisation of real estate education. Based on literature reviews, the scanning of websites and an empirical survey, the motives, goals, concepts and structures of international curricula, educational approaches and study programmes are examined. Furthermore, by showing various options to enhance the internalisation of real estate education the paper aims to make a meaningful contribution to the field.