RICS Professional Membership Graduate Route - Adaptation 1 (Miscellaneous Award)

University College of Estate Management the United Kingdom

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The award
Miscellaneous Award

How long you will study
1 year

Domestic course fees
GBP 950 per module

How you will study
distance, online

Course starts
December

International course fees
GBP 950 per module

All study options

About RICS Professional Membership Graduate Route - Adaptation 1 at University College of Estate Management

COURSE OVERVIEW
Using a range of modules from CEM’s BSc(Hons) programme, you can choose subjects to help you study for the RICS APC pathway most appropriate for your experience.

Who should study this course?
If you already have a degree qualification and have worked in the industry for nine years, this course takes you to RICS Membership. It’s for those who appreciate the value of demonstrating their professional excellence,; offering reassurance from all you come into contact with in your professional life that you’re capable of helping to make a difference at the highest level.

COURSE BENEFITS

  • Progress towards Membership of RICS
  • Improve job prospects and earning potential
  • Develop new skills to enhance your experience and expand your role

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The programme is made up of selected modules in different areas of specialism from CEM’s BSc(Hons) programme, as shown below.

You are required to select an area of specialism and then complete three modules within your selected specialism.

An expanded programme outline with more module information can be found on our website at www.cem.ac.uk/rics

Planning and Development

Module options (choose three)

  • Planning Practice and Policy
  • Investment
  • Statutory Valuation Environmental Law
  • Development

Building SURVEYING

Module options (choose three)

  • Construction Planning, Tendering and Finance
  • Construction Law
  • Project Development and Strategy
  • Facilities Management
  • Building Technology 4
  • Environmental Law
  • Building Pathology

Commercial/Residential Property

Module options (choose three)

  • Applied Valuation
  • Investment
  • Statutory Valuation
  • Commercial Property Management
  • Development
  • Environmental Law

Construction/Project Management/Quantity Surveying

Module options (choose three)

  • Construction Planning, Tendering and Finance
  • Construction Law
  • Project Development and Strategy
  • Facilities Management
  • Building QS Practice or Building Services QS Practice or Civil Engineering QS Practice

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardMiscellaneous AwardHow you will studyDistance, OnlineHow long you will study1 year
    Course startsDecemberDomestic course feesGBP 950 per moduleInternational course feesGBP 950 per module

Entry requirements

If you have a degree qualification and nine years’ experience, you may be eligible to undertake this one-year CEM programme which, on completion, meets the RICS Membership 450 hours of study criterion. Although covering modules from the BSc(Hons) programme, this route does not result in a BSc(Hons) award. The suitability of your existing degree and prior experience must be approved by RICS before you can submit an application to CEM. Please contact the RICS Education and Qualification Standards Department (contact details below). Contact the RICS Education and Qualification Standards Department at: The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Surveyor Court Westwood Way Coventry CV4 8JE Tel: +44 (0) 207 222 7000 Email: contactrics@rics.org Website: www.rics.org After your eligibility is confirmed by RICS , go to www.cem.ac.uk/courses and follow the links to apply online. Please note that you should provide a copy of the RICS confirmation with your application. Note: As this is a specially designed route, copies of your prior qualifications will not normally be required with your application, although you may be asked to provide evidence of English language proficiency.

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