Harmonising the European internal market requires compatible education schemes between the various countries which are accepted by the parties concerned, so that they can work beyond national boundaries within the Union. This is why education is at the heart of CEPImission and takes different forms: academic education, vocational training and ongoing education.

Eureduc is a basic education programme for real estate agents and property managers. It is offered to universities, colleges and professional training institutes throughout Europe.

Euro Education was initiated to allow real estate students to study and undergo a training period in a real estate company in another EU member state.

On the request of many affiliates, CEPI organises information and education workshops, in collaboration with member associations. These are intended to encourage the exchange of experience and skills between professionals and to make the characteristics of the cross-border markets better known.

As some people have asked for some support regarding knowledge and abilities related to the profession of real estate agents and property managers, CEPI encourages and helps with sponsorship and collaboration between associations.