Trainee Surveyor Apprenticeship

London (Central), London (Greater)
£18,000 per annum + benefits + sponsored RICS accredited degree
19 Jan 2018
19 Feb 2018
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Degree
Start Date

At Allsop you will benefit from hands on property experience in a diverse range of tasks, working alongside experienced partners, which will contribute to learning valuable new skills to help you build a career in the property industry.


Not only will you get on the job training, but Allsop will invest in your career by helping you gain a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS ) accredited correspondence BSc (Hons) degree course in Real Estate Management at The University College of Estate Management which can lead to being a Chartered Surveyor in a similar time as it would take by going to full time university but without the debt.


Trainee surveyor schemes will be up to four years, depending on your level of qualification and are generally open to 16 to 24 years olds that are permitted to work in the UK.


This is your chance to work for a friendly, approachable, professional and committed firm, in a thriving environment with a great social life.


We are now inviting applications for Trainee Surveyors  for the September 2018 intake to our London offices.    Applications must be received by Friday 16th March 2018. 


What we are offering:

On the job training directly from partners in the firm, whilst achieving an RICS accredited BSc (Hons) degree in Real Estate Management Salary of £18,000 per year Full sponsorship of correspondence course fees at The University College of Estate Management

We are looking for:

An A level school leaver who has gained or has been predicted B grades and above at A level, with B’s and above at GCSE (Maths & English Language a pre-requisite) Ideally with a driving licence or willing to learn

To apply for our trainee surveyor scheme you will need to:

Write a covering letter to include your opinion on two of the following three options.

a)  A company or organisation you admire and why.

b)  A media communication such as an article, book, film or TV programme that has had an impact on you and why.

c)  A person (famous or otherwise) that you aspire to be like and why.


2.   Email the above letter with your CV to:

Please note that due to the number of applications we receive we are unable to provide feedback to unsuccessful applicants.

Interviews for September 2018 entry will be held during the Easter holidays 2nd April to 13th April 2018.

Applications must be received by Friday 16th March 2018.