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Your options for becoming RICS qualified

RICS offers two qualifications: Chartered (MRICS) and Associate (AssocRICS).

To gain either qualification you must present your experience against RICS’ pathways and competencies, which define the knowledge and skill requirements that will be assessed.

You can apply for direct entry or to enrol on an assessment as soon as you meet the requirements RICS have set for your RICS-approved qualification.

Chartered (MRICS)

You are eligible to enrol for the following assessments (listed in order of most relevance).

Option 1: APC prelim

You must have 5 years’ experience (12 months post-degree) and pass a preliminary review of your submission documents before your final assessment interview.

Apply and find out more about APC prelim

Option 2: Is your degree RICS-accredited?

If you have less than 5 years’ relevant experience you must complete 24 months of structured training before your final assessment interview.

If you have 5-10 years’ relevant experience you must complete 12 months of structured training before your final assessment interview.

If you have 10 or more years’ relevant experience you can progress to final assessment interview as soon as you are ready.

Apply and find out more about the APC

Option 3: Are you in a senior or specialist role?

If you meet the senior or specialist profile and have 10 years’ relevant experience you are eligible for the senior professional or specialist assessment. Relevant experience can be reduced to five years if you also hold a higher degree.

Apply and find out more about the senior professional assessment

Apply and find out more about the specialist assessment

Associate (AssocRICS)

You are eligible to enrol for the Associate assessment.

If your degree is relevant to the profession, you must have 12 months’ relevant experience before you submit for written assessment.

If your degree is not relevant, you must have 4 years’ relevant experience before you submit for written assessment.

Apply and find out more about the associate assessment

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