Becoming a qualified Chartered Surveyor

Property graduates most often aim to obtain their professional qualification as a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS). The MRICS demonstrates to colleagues, clients and peers that you have a chartered qualification and work to the highest industry standards.

To achieve MRICS you must undertake the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC), whereby you follow structured practical training and professional development that ends with the Final Assessment and ensures that candidates joining RICS are competent to practise as a chartered surveyor.

Cambridge Finance work in collaboration with the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) to deliver the the highest standards in real estate finance education, so that not only APC candidates are sufficiently knowledgeable to obtain their charter but, more importantly, capable of dealing with the challenges of the profession.

Our focus is on the Commercial Property Pathway and Property Finance and Investment Pathway and we are able to deliver the training programmes as full-day sessions or split over several shorter sessions of two or three hours each.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY PATHWAY

Under this pathway, we help you master the following competencies:

  • Development Appraisals
  • Indirect Investment Vehicles
  • Investment Management (including fund and portfolio management)
  • Property finance and funding
  • Valuation

PROPERTY FINANCE & INVESTMENT PATHWAY

Under this pathway, we help you master the following competencies:

  • Development Appraisals
  • Financial Modelling
  • Investment Management (including fund and portfolio management)
  • Property finance and funding
  • Valuation

To discuss your graduates’ training programme or your own pathway and competencies:

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