This apprenticeship develops the knowledge, skills and behaviours required for a career as a chartered surveyor. The qualification studied on this apprenticeship can either be a BSc (Hons) or MSc depending on your experience and current qualifications. After you have completed your degree, the final part of this apprenticeship is the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) which includes a record of structured training, a case study, an online test and a final interview with RICS assessors.
The APC ensures that candidates are competent and meet the high standards of professionalism required to become a chartered surveyor. These are a mix of technical and professional practice, interpersonal, business and management skills.
The table below shows which degree you will study on your apprenticeship depending on your specialism. The links for each programme will take you through to the degree content studied on that apprenticeship.
Below you will find the links to read about each Chartered Surveyor apprenticeship programme that we offer:
Quantity surveying and construction
Land and resources
Commercial real estate
Corporate real estate
KEY INFORMATION YOU NEED TO CONSIDER
- Study requirements: 15-20 hours of study a week for 42 weeks per year
- Entry requirements for Chartered Surveyor BSc (Hons) route are that of our BSc (Hons) degrees, but apprentices must also be able to prove Grade C (or 4) or above in English and mathematics
- Entry requirements for Chartered Surveyor MSc route are that of our MSc degrees, but apprentices must also be able to they have or can achieve Grade C (or equivalent) or above in English and mathematics
- Apprentices also need: the right to work in England, meet Education and Skill Funding Agency residency status requirements, spend at least 50% of their working hours in England and be directly employed in a job role that will enable the requirements of the apprenticeship to be achieved
- You will be invited to apply once your employer has provided employment information to UCEM
- Programme start: 27 September 2021 (autumn intake) and 28 March 2022 (spring intake)