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Women in Surveying

There's more to diversity that gender...
but it's a good place to start. 

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Do not underestimate what you can do to make a difference 

Women in Surveying is more than a movement; it's a testament to the power of collaboration among women in the surveying field. For over a century and a half, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has shaped the profession without a dedicated focus on gender diversity. This lack of targeted support is reflected in the profession's demographics and retention rates: men comprise 78% of the field, with an average membership duration of 29 years, compared to just 16 years for women.

Our mission is to work alongside RICS and its members to not only attract but also retain women in surveying. Our approach is designed to be:

  • Efficient, avoiding unnecessary duplication of existing efforts
  • Respectful of our volunteer members' generosity

  • Enjoyable and empowering

  • Effective, making a meaningful difference with the time and resources we have available to us

Are you ready to contribute to a more inclusive future in surveying? Register with us, and we'll share how you can make a difference with us.

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Elevate your career by joining
our Fellowship Network

Achieving Fellowship of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) as a woman in surveying can be a transformative milestone, offering enhanced career confidence, esteemed professional recognition, and the chance to influence our industry positively.

We are committed to guiding women on their journey to FRICS status, providing a pathway through our supportive and empowering community.

Ready to take the next step in your professional journey?
Start by watching our free training here. Then, when you are ready, join our next FRICS Q&A sesion.

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