I've read on the internet that you can obtain a RICS accredited masters degree in building surveying that would qualify you to become a chartered surveyor , this can be achieved with a non releated bachelors degree . Therefore is there a point in studying the bachelors degree when it requires 2 extra years of uni?
Is there a point? watch
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Last edited by username1465578; 06-07-2014 at 00:03.
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- 13-07-2014 17:15
I believe some universities would require a relevant bachelors degree to study a masters in that given topic area however i guess if you achieve a 2:1 or first in a Bachelors then you are 'worthy' of studying a Masters.
It is very similar to that of A-levels and the UCAS system. To study BA Hons Business, you do not need Business as an A-level. You could in fact of studied Dance, Drama and Media provided you met the UCAS points requirement.
You will have to study a Bachelors though - you cannot just go ahead and start a Masters degree.