Details on the RICS assessment application process and access to online application forms
All submissions should be completed using the Word templates. Any information you have recorded in ARC should be transferred into these templates.
We updated the submission templates on 31 January 2022 to align with the updated assessment process (view a summary of the changes). Please use the new templates in the sections below. We will continue to accept 2021 submission templates but recommend you use the 2022 templates for the best experience.
New Rules of Conduct became effective on 2 February 2022. A new RICS Professionalism Module replaced the previous RICS Ethics Module.
We have created online assessment application forms that provide us with all the information we need to schedule your assessment. You will need to know your membership number, provide dates that you will be available during the assessment session, and select any specialisms related to your pathway. We will also require the names, membership numbers, and email addresses of your counsellor, proposer and seconders. You will sign the declarations and then upload your submission.
Please review the relevant candidate application checklist before starting your application.
Please note: We will not accept applications or submissions sent via email.
We will complete checks on your application and submission and confirm by email that we have received all the required information to begin scheduling your assessment.
As soon as your assessment is scheduled we will confirm your interview date and time by email.
This applies to candidates for final assessment interview only. Candidates applying for associate assessment or preliminary review will receive their result within the published result window.
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In February 2021 we introduced a 6-month extension to the time limits on CPD records and case studies. This extension continues to apply to all associate and chartered assessments until 31st December 2022.
Extensions do not apply to the requirement for the ethics module to be successfully completed within the past 12 months.