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The steps below help to illustrate the typical Assessment of Professional Competence (APC)

process.
Exact requirements will change depending on which route to membership you follow. More details can be found in the
PDF guides found in the Getting Started section.
STEP 1: Choose your route to membership using our online wizard
STEP 2: Depending on your route to membership, complete our Senior Professional resume template, or for all
others the standard resume template and send it to your regional team:
Middle East: APCME@rics.org
Africa: RICSAfrica@rics.org
STEP 3: Complete your APC Passport on MyAPC
Once your resume has been reviewed by a member of RICS staff, and your chosen route to membership is
confirmed, you will be provided with a login to MyAPC. MyAPC is RICS dedicated online portal for APC Candidates.
The portal will guide you through the process of what you need to submit online and by which date.
STEP 4: Choose your APC pathway
See Requirements and Competencies document for download at the bottom of the page.
STEP 5: Choose your competencies
See Requirements and Competencies document for download at the bottom of the page.
STEP 6: Pay your enrolment fees
Once you have completed your APC Passport on MyAPC and it is approved by a member of RICS staff, payment of
your enrolment fees will be required to proceed to the next step.
STEP 7: Complete your written submission
MyAPC will guide you through the requirements and deadlines for submitting details of your Continuing Professional
Development (CPD) and, depending on your route to membership, your Critical Analysis
STEP 8: Apply for final assessment
When you become eligible for final assessment you will receive a notification within MyAPC inviting you to attend the
final assessment session. You are required to accept this invitation in order to proceed. If you feel you are not ready
for final assessment you have the option to decline the invitation and you will be invited again in the next interview
session.
STEP 9: Final assessment interview
Your Final Assessment will be a panel interview with two or three RICS-qualified members. You must have been
enrolled for at least 6 months before you are eligible to sit the final assessment.
STEP 7: Congratulations! Successful completion of the APC process outlined above will lead to professional
membership of RICS and entitles you to call yourself a chartered surveyor.
NOTE: if you are currently studying for your APC and are using excel templates, please contact your regional
office on the email addresses below.
Middle East applications: APCME@rics.org
Africa applications: RICSAfrica@rics.org