The Chartered Surveyor Apprenticeship is a Level 6 apprenticeship in England that leads to Chartered membership (MRICS) of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) as the final apprenticeship outcome. The apprenticeship develops the knowledge and skills and behaviours required for a career as a chartered surveyor. The required knowledge and skills and behaviours are set out in the Chartered Surveyor Degree Apprenticeship Standard (opens in new window).
UCEM offers the following pathways options:
|Apprenticeship Pathway||Permitted MRICS pathways included within the apprenticeship pathway|
|Building Surveying||Building Surveying|
|Quantity Surveying & Project Management||
Quantity Surveying and Construction or
Corporate Real Estate* or
Commercial Real Estate or
Land and Resources* or
*subject to approval, including approval from RICS
UCEM offers this apprenticeship via a BSc (Hons) route or via a MSc route. The most suitable route will depend on the qualifications on entry.
For those that have not studied at first degree level before but have completed A-levels, an Advanced or Higher Apprenticeship or have AssocRICS or equivalent, the BSc (Hons) route is likely to be appropriate. Go to the BSc (Hons) route webpage for more information.
For those that have a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline (or a level 5 or professional qualification and over 5 years’ relevant experience) the MSc route is likely to be appropriate. Go to the MSc route webpage for more information. Please note that currently the delivery of the MSc route is subject to approval, including approval from RICS.
Why select this apprenticeship to develop your workforce?
- Apprentices bring new ideas, contribute to organisational diversity and make a useful contribution to a business from day one.
- Apprentices achieve the MRICS qualification as part of the apprenticeship meaning new entrants can become chartered in under 5 years.
- UCEM’s delivery model allows flexibility in when you release your apprentice(s) to undertake off-the-job training.