A degree in a land or property discipline isn't essential
You can get a graduate job as a property surveyor even if your degree isn’t from land or property discipline.
Recruiters aren’t about to miss out on a great negotiator or a natural client manager because of their degree background.
You’ll need to get a postgraduate property qualification accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), though, and you can do this in one of two ways: pg study or apply as a non-cognate.Find out more
How to write a covering letter for a property job
A poorly composed covering letter in property is a missed opportunity to show off the graduate (or intern) behind the application and demonstrate key abilities you need to work in the industry. Read our guide to what to include – and some easy mistakes to avoid.