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Accreditations and Exemptions

Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Accreditation

RICS

For those interested in careers as a property surveyor, the course is accredited by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Because of Land Economy’s unique range of subject areas, we offer a wide-ranging degree as well as the RICS accreditation. If you are interested in becoming a property surveyor, but would like to incorporate public policy, environmental law, and economics into your degree, Land Economy at Cambridge would be an excellent choice for you.

 

Law Society and Bar Council Exemptions

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If you are interested in pursuing a career in law, you should know that graduates of our undergraduate degree are often granted partial exemption from the academic requirements of the Law Society and Bar Council, i.e. the Common Professional Examination (CPE). Exemptions depend on which subjects you study during your degree and are confirmed once your degree has been awarded. Completing certain papers may give you exemption from the CPE requirements of Public Law, Land Law,

Contract, Tort and other areas of legal study. However, you would still be required to take Criminal Law, Law of the European Union and Equity and Trusts in a CPE or Postgraduate Diploma in Law course in order to complete the academic stage of training.

For more information, visit the Law Society or the Bar Council websites.

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Upcoming events

Denman Lecture Nov 2017: Urbanisation in Africa – the challenge of building cities that work

Nov 29, 2017

The Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College

Standards in energy and environment: implications for innovation policy

Nov 30, 2017

Institute for Manufacturing in West Cambridge

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