Member (MRICS)

Each MRICS has undergone rigorous training to qualify for designation as a chartered surveyor.

MRICS status and designation as a chartered surveyor is an internationally recognised professional qualification that increases status in a member’s field of work. MRICS status and designation as a chartered surveyor is only awarded to individuals who are prepared to maintain exemplary standards, for the public advantage.

The routes to becoming an MRICS are outlined below. You can use our join wizard to find which of these is best for you.

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  • Adaptation

    The Adaptation route is for experienced surveyors who have a non-accredited degree or an approved, degree-level professional membership.

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  • Becoming a member

    Use our join wizard to find out which route is right for you.

  • Academic

    The academic route is a bespoke route to membership for academics who have undertaken surveying-related teaching and research activities over a minimum period of three years. Academics with an accredited degree or a surveying-related higher degree may be eligible for this route.

  • Graduate

    These three routes to membership have been developed to recognise that some graduates will have considerably more work experience by the time they complete an accredited degree.

  • Senior Professional

    To encourage greater diversity and recognise career achievement, RICS offers a route to membership specifically designed for senior professionals.

  • Direct Entry agreements

    Find out if you can qualify for membership via Direct Entry.

  • Professional Experience Route

    The Professional Experience route to membership offers experienced property professionals the opportunity to gain recognition and enhanced status with a world-class professional qualification.