As one of the most diverse professional careers, we welcome surveyors with a variety of skills. Because we are all different there’s more than one way into a career as a surveyor.
A professional RICS apprenticeship could be for you if you enjoy learning on the job, are good at managing your time and want to get paid a salary from day one. You can choose from a wide range of apprenticeships which give you an RICS qualification, including degree apprenticeships that lead straight to you becoming a fully qualified chartered surveyor.
I combine practical experience with the opportunity to learn, earn and end up with qualifications.
If you enjoy studying, university lifestyle appeals and you want a degree route into a profession, then an RICS-accredited degree could be for you. Once you’ve completed your undergraduate or master’s degree, you can apply for a graduate scheme to become a fully qualified chartered surveyor.
I did an RICS-accredited degree because I knew it would result in opportunities, and it has.
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