This is a fast track conversion course for graduates from unrelated disciplines who want to become chartered surveyors. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) identified the need in the profession for quality graduates who think creatively and have the ability to lead. We designed this course with this in mind and demand for our postgraduates is high. The course also meets your needs if you are a professional, working in surveying, who wants to improve your skills and career prospects in commercial property valuation and management. Special features include a comprehensive induction programme. practical projects that follow professional briefs solving live client focused problems. international field trip, usually to Canada dedicated facilities (key text library, base and study rooms, course readers) for course members we provide you with a laptop computer, on free loan, for the taught course For more information and a copy of the course brochure please ring 0114 225 4267 or e-mail sed@shu.ac.uk. For information about our Real Estate Programme please visit our website. To find out more about a career in surveying, visit the website of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveying (http://www.rics.org.uk). Associated careers After the course our graduates have the technical, commercial, IT and personal skills to become chartered surveyors. Our graduates have an outstanding employment record. Recent graduates have joined surveying organisations such as Jones Lang La Salle Insignia Richard Ellis DTZ Debenham Tie Leung GVA Grimley CB Hillier Parker. Assessment By individual course work, group projects and examinations Professional recognition The course is approved by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. On entry to the part-time course, or completion of the full-time course, you may register your experience for the RICS’ APC training period. The personal view The course started with a team building programme in the Derbyshire countryside. This promoted a supportive atmosphere amongst the students and staff which continued through a hectic and enjoyable year. The course is highly structured and well-balanced between theory and practice. The practical projects and workshops allow development of the key skills demanded by employers. Muriel Lambert, Donaldsons, Chartered Surveyors, Leeds Course content Full-time modules property appraisal property law development and environment land economics and property finance property analysis and portfolio management planning and asset management international block week research methods dissertation Part-time year one modules property appraisal property law development and environment Part-time year two modules land economics and property finance property analysis and portfolio management property and asset management nternational block week research methods Part-time year three modules dissertation Entry requirements A good first degree in any discipline or an equivalent professional qualification. As a full-time student you must take a period of pre-course professional practice before joining. As a part-time student you should be employed in general practice surveying or have substantial contact with a property-related firm. Successful completion of the diploma is required for entry to the MSc.
MSc, MSc Award
Full-time, Part-time Study Mode

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