MRICS demonstrates to colleagues, clients and peers that you have a chartered qualification and work to the highest industry standards.
To achieve MRICS you must undertake the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC). Your level of assessment will depend on your professional work experience and education.
The MRICS qualification is suitable for you if you meet one of the following criteria.
- have an RICS accredited degree / or in the final year of a part time accredited degree – start your enrolment now and take your first step to completing your APC via 24 months of structured training.
- have an RICS accredited degree and 5 years’ relevant experience – start your enrolment now and take the first step to completing your APC via 12 months of structured training.
- have a bachelor’s degree (or membership of a RICS approved professional body) with a minimum of 5 years’ relevant experience (at least 12 months must be post qualification) - start your enrolment now and take your first step to completing your APC via preliminary review.
- have 10 years or more relevant experience, and now in a senior industry position, either in terms of management responsibility or acknowledged expert specialist status. (With an undergraduate degree or equivalent professional qualification and a relevant postgraduate degree (master’s level or higher) the experience requirement is reduced to five years) - start your application now and take your first step to completing your APC via the Senior Professional Assessment.
If you have membership of an RICS approved Professional Body, please contact us using the form below. There are various membership options available to you depending on the length of your professional body membership and your professional experience.
If you are a work placement student for further information please refer to section three in the APC Enrolment Guide
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