If you're a graduate with an RICS accredited degree you're in the perfect position to develop your career further and become chartered.

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Once in employment you'll be able to enrol onto the Assessment of Professional Competence, which enables you to become a member of RICS.

If you have an RICS accredited degree, and are in employment,  you can enrol onto the APC by completing our APC application form.

If you are unsure of anything regarding enrolment as a trainee please take a look at our
Frequently Asked Questions. which may help.

Benefits of chartered status

The benefits of becoming chartered are huge. Status, recognition, networking, professional development and working to the highest global professional standards are all part of becoming an RICS professional. What's more you can boost your earning potential.

(*Source - MacDonald and Company Salary Survey 2017)

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