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Senior Professional Assessment

MRICS: Senior Professional Assessment

The senior professional assessment is suitable for individuals with leadership and management responsibilities who are recognised for their impact and career progression.

The 5 stages of assessment

Eligibility

You must have 10 years’ relevant experience. This is reduced to 5 years if you have an undergraduate degree (or equivalent professional qualification) and a relevant post-graduate degree (master’s level or higher).

You must also be able to demonstrate your advanced responsibilities as a leader and manager, referencing elements of your career and contributions to the profession that identify you as a senior professional.

All Senior Professional Assessment applicants must appoint a counsellor who is RICS qualified. Their role is to support you and guide you throughout your assessment journey. Counsellors for the Senior Professional Assessment must be MRICS or FRICS.

Vetting

To determine if you are eligible for the assessment you must send your CV and a 400-word statement that documents how your experience meets the RICS profile of a senior professional

Your CV and statement will be reviewed by trained RICS reviewers.

Ethics

Candidates for all RICS assessments must successfully complete the RICS online ethics module and test.

Submission

The submission for the Senior Professional Assessment includes:

  • Your CV and 400-word statement
  • 3 case studies – 1,000-1,500 words each on projects that demonstrate your leadership and management skills and technical ability 
  • CPD - a record of 20 hours of CPD for the last 12 months

Assessment

Your counsellor will confirm when you are ready to submit for assessment.

You will attend a 60-minute interview with a panel of trained RICS assessors. Following a 10-minute presentation by you on your senior professional profile, the panel will ask questions on your presentation and your selected competencies.

Completing the RICS Senior Professional Assessment

This short video provides you with a quick snapshot on completing the RICS Senior Professional Assessment.

How long will it take me to qualify?

It will depend on your current experience, but enerally this can take between 6-12 month to complete the submission and attend the interview.

How much will it cost?

Applicant fees

An assessment fee is payable when you apply to become an Senior Professional Assessment applicant. This covers all the support materials, access to the online ethics module and test, access to the Assessment Resource Centre (ARC) where you will complete your submission, and the interview assessment.

Qualification fees

When you are awarded the qualification an election fee and your professional subscription fee is payable. The election fee covers the award pack and election process giving access to all RICS professional services. The professional subscription fee covers your RICS professional status for your first calendar year.

Find out more about our fees and subscriptions

Contact us

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