You'll usually need a degree or professional qualification approved by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors to become a land and property valuer.
Relevant degrees include:
- real estate management
- property development and valuation
- building surveying
- quantity surveying and commercial management
If you have a non-accredited degree, for example economics, law or maths, you could take an accredited postgraduate qualification in surveying.
You could also do this through an employer's graduate trainee scheme or by distance learning with the University College of Estate Management.
You'll usually need:
- 2 to 3 A levels, or equivalent, for a degree
- a degree in any subject for a postgraduate course