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    I've got a careers advisor jobby booked for this time next week so I'm sure that would help.

    Fret, how would commercial surveying differ to 'building surveying?'. In that, I mean - how would the work style and necessary skill set differ?
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    I'm pretty tired atm so pretty lazy to explain, but I'd advise you look at the big property firms' specialisms/services and decide what interests you the most. Just go onto Savills, Cushman & Wakefield, GVA Grimley, CBRE, etc. Also:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/student...ar-427048.html

    http://www.independent.co.uk/student...ss-425347.html

    Although not sure how useful the info is, dates back to 2006.

    And career advisors tend to know **** all in my experience.

    I'm doing building surveying atm, the prospects are pretty lousy unless you have family connections or willing to work for free/less than minimum wage.
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    The careers meeting is with one of the lecturer's for the masters courses in property, construction & planning at my uni so hopefully it'll help.

    As you mention, current job prospects are off putting...

    Appreciate the help though.
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    hi there ,
    well ive done my architecture and planning on shifting to real estate as well . for similiar reasons. Im still trying to make up my mind between UCL and Reading though ..what are your reasons for choosing UCL ?
 
 
 
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