Become a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) member for free

Become a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) member for free

Published: 18 September 2020

RICS accredits the UNSW Bachelor of Construction Management and Property (and Honours), the Master of Construction Project Management and Master of Property & Development programs.

They are the world's leading professional body that promote and enforce the highest professional qualifications and standards in the valuation, development and management of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. With offices in 32 cities around the world, RICS has over 134,000 qualified members and more than 80,000 students and trainees across 148 countries. The high standards of RICS members are viewed by world governments and major financial institutions as the gold standard for professionals.

If you are studying one of the above Built Environment RICS-accredited degrees, you have the privilege to become a RICS student member for free, entitling you to a wealth of resources available, including:

  • RICS Journals and Modus Magazine: Latest news and views, expert advice and in-depth features spanning the breadth of the professionals around the world
  • RICS Library: Access over 80,000 items giving the very best information on surveying from around the world
  • Research: independent research to provide information, stimulate debate and promote cutting-edge thinking
  • RICS Professional Standards: Our standards and guidance cover all areas of surveying practice
  • Student discounts to networking events and industry seminars
  • RICS Recruit Graduate Hub: search for graduate jobs overseas

Studying the RICS accredited degree allows you to be on the fast track to become a Chartered Surveyor upon graduation. The RICS qualification has enabled members to develop expertise and earning potential. 86% of the profession shared that being RICS qualified increases their employment prospects.

To find out more about how to become a Chartered Surveyor, email the team at apcaustralasia@rics.org

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