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
UCEM offers this apprenticeship via a BSc (Hons) route or via a MSc route. The route most suitable for you will depend on your previous qualifications.
- If you have not studied at first degree level before but have completed A-levels, an Advanced or Higher Apprenticeship or have AssocRICS or equivalent, you may be eligible for the BSc (Hons) route. Go to the BSc (Hons) route webpage for more information.
- If you already have a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline (or a level 5 or professional qualification and over 5 years’ relevant experience) you may be eligible for the MSc route. Go to the route MSc route webpage for more information.
Why complete this apprenticeship?
- Achieve a recognised professional qualification (MRICS)
- Earn while you learn
- Get an accredited degree without paying tuition fees or incurring student debt
- Great career potential including good earning potential – £51,000 average MRICS qualified base salary (Source: 2019 RICS and Macdonald and Company UK Rewards and Attitudes Survey)