Knight Frank is the UK’s leading independent real estate consultancies, working responsibly to enhance people’s lives and environments.
Who we are
At Knight Frank, we strive to connect people and property. Founded in 1896, our roots in London have grown into an expansive network of offices across the globe. We operate in locations where our clients need us to be, providing a worldwide service that's locally expert and globally informed. With 487 offices across 53 territories, we've built up an unmatched established international presence.
Knight Frank has expertise across a range of areas, from prime residential properties to commercial ventures, investment prospects, and beyond. Our guidance is not solely rooted in numbers; it encompasses a holistic understanding of market dynamics, legal intricacies, and potential challenges that may arise. At Knight Frank we aim to pioneer the evolving real estate trends and lead clients through the uncharted territories of future markets.
Our graduate programme of up to five, six-month rotations is based in Baker Street, London our Global Headquarters and will give you exposure, experience, training and support so that, whatever skills and perspectives you bring, you’ll build on your potential. Our programme is designed to provide you with everything you need to confidently launch a career in the property industry. Following the general practice, ‘valuations’ APC pathway, you will experience an unparalleled breadth of opportunities and explore a diverse range of projects across our Residential and Commercial teams. You’ll get exposure to an extended portfolio of clients, customers and properties and we will help you discover where your strengths and interests are best placed within the rotation options at Knight Frank, some of which include:
- Valuation and Advisory
- Specialist Sector
- Capital Markets
- Residential Development
- Property Asset Management
- Residential Valuation and Consultancy
We’re dedicated to seeing you fulfil your potential at Knight Frank so we take learning and development seriously. If you did not study a RICS accredited degree, you’ll undertake your MSc in Real Estate whilst on the programme to ensure you have all the knowledge and tools to flourish in your career in property.
Each rotation with a different team in our business will be measured as a learning experience within your portfolio and by completing your APC, you’ll become a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), a professional body which will expand your network and horizons as you progress through your career.
You will join the firm in September 2024, with the aim of completing the graduate scheme and qualifying as a surveyor in November 2026 (
RICS Autumn Sitting
If you do not have a RICS accredited degree, you will complete the RICS accredited MSC alongside your work.
You will join the firm in September 2024, with the aim of completing the graduate scheme and qualifying as a surveyor in March 2027 (
RICS Spring Sitting).