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 make the most of your property internship this summer
Work experience will make a big difference to your graduate property job hunt. Find out how to sell your experience to employers in applications. Plus, if you want to work for the employer with which you undertook an internship, you could be fast-tracked through the application process.