Your association with RICS SBE forges a lifelong relationship with RICS – the global professional body. Even long after you graduate the reputation of RICS will stand by your side and help you navigate through your career successfully – whichever part of the world you be in!
Student membership is available to all the students being admitted to RICS SBE, Amity University. This membership provides a dedicated range of knowledge and information services to help students with their course work, including guides on a range of key topics and concepts.
RICS student status is free for those on their way to a professional career in surveying within land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. This includes full and part-time students, as well as apprentices.
Being an RICS student is free and can help you realise your potential by working to the highest standards of education at college or university.
The study help and networking opportunities available to you as an RICS student helps you to not only excel in your course but gives you the support to take your first step to becoming a future leader of the profession.
Helping you to achieve Chartered qualification
If you are about to start, or are studying for an accredited degree, you're already on the right track. Once you have completed an accredited degree the next stage is to get a job as a trainee. In order to become a member of RICS (MRICS) you need to complete your Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) which involves completing a period of structured training with an employer. Structured training usually takes between two and three years and consists of on-the-job learning and assessment.
Gaining an RICS accredited degree will put you ahead of the competition.
Once you are working in the field of surveying you can enrol on our Assessment of Professional Competency (APC) and start your journey to becoming a Chartered Surveyor.
The APC (Assessment of Professional Competence) is the practical training and experience which, when combined with academic qualifications, leads to membership (MRICS) and the status of chartered surveyor.
More information about the APC route to Chartered qualification