The Associate qualification demonstrates your competence for a commercial or technical role. It is suitable for those with work-based experience or vocational qualifications. When you achieve this qualification you will be able to use the designation AssocRICS.
For further information on entry requirements and how to enrol today visit our AssocRICS webpage.
To qualify as an Associate you will need to demonstrate your competence in your chosen pathway.
The assessment for the Associate qualification includes:
The Chartered qualification demonstrates your competence for a strategic advisory or leadership role. It is suitable for those with academic qualifications or senior characteristics. When you achieve this qualification you will be able to use the designation MRICS.
To see if you are eligible for this qualification visit our MRICS webpage.
The Chartered qualification involves completing an online ethics module and the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC), which demonstrates your competence in your chosen pathway in order to become a chartered surveyor (MRICS).
The Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) is made up of:
The Senior Professional Assessment recognises that individuals working at a senior level within land, property, infrastructure and construction may be able to become RICS qualified based on their experience and knowledge. To apply you first you’ll need to prove eligibility by demonstrating that you have the required senior characteristics.
When enrolling on to an RICS qualification online you will need the following details to hand:
All Associate assessment and Chartered assessment candidates must appoint a counsellor who is RICS qualified. Their role is to support candidates and guide them throughout their journey and sign them off as competent before submitting for assessment.
Counsellors for the Associate qualification must be AssocRICS qualified for at least four 4 years, MRICS or FRICS. Counsellors for the Chartered qualification must be MRICS or FRICS.