The Industrial Advisory Panels (IAP) for BSc. (Property Management) course gathered at Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying for a half day meeting to review the curriculum for the 21stcentury and Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) in January this year. The IAP comprises external representatives from the industrial community who provide a strategic view on the undergraduate course policies in respect of employability, teaching and hands-on knowledge. The IAP also will be keeping abreast of industry development which is essential aspects in preparing students for their future careers. The faculty and IAP are vital in creating a strong link between industry and the faculty and this link is expected to contribute in achieving the faculty’s goals and objectives. Members of the IAP are professionals in the industry and the government who collaborate and build cooperative efforts with the faculty, advise on academic programs, and help in building future programme direction. This collaboration will lead to each party having a better understanding of the objectives of the other as well as allowing each to better support the other in meeting the objectives. For this meeting, the delegate comprises top management in the industry such as Director General, Department of Valuation and Property Services (JPPH), Tuan Haji Sr. Ahmad Zailan Azizudin, Sr. Sivadas and Sr. Mahyudin Mustakim from Association of Valuers, Property Managers, Estate Agents and Property Consultants in the Private Sector Malaysia (PEPS), Dr. Soeb Pawi (Majlis Perbandaran Kulai), Tuan Haji Azmi Miswan (Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru), Mr. Imran Saleh (UDA Angsana Sdn. Bhd.), and Tuan Haji Samsubahri Selamat (Damansara Asset Sdn. Bhd.)