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Qualifications Recognised by The Board as at 5 December 2012
! Please take note !
All twinning programmes with foreign institutions / universities will
need to be accredited by the Board.
For further information, please refer to the Board.

A.  FOR REGISTRATION AS A VALUERS  

A Passed In The Final Examinations Of Following


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

A Pass in the final examination of the following:

MALAYSIA

A)  University Technology Malaysia (UTM)

  1. Bachelor of Surveying (Property Management) - intake 1973 to 1995

  2. Bachelor of Science (Property Management) - from 1996 onwards

  3. Bachelor of Science (Real Estate Management)

  4. Bachelor of Science in Land Administration & Development - intake 2011

B)  University Technology Mara (UiTM)

  1. Advanced Diploma in Estate Management - intake 1982 to 2002

  2. Bachelor of Estate Management - intake 2003

C)  University Malaya (UM)

  1. Bachelor of Estate Management - intake 1996

D)  University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) [Formerly known as Kolej Universiti Teknologi Tun Hussein Onn (KUITHO)]

  1. Bachelor of Real Estate Management - intake 2006


SINGAPORE

A)   The National University of Singapore [Formerly known as University of Singapore]

  1. Bachelor of Science in Estate Management - intake 1969 to 1996

  2. Bachelor of Science in Real Estate - intake 1997
  3. [formerly known as Bachelor of Science in Estate Management] - pending review effective 29 July 2010


CANADA

A)   University of British Columbia

  1. Diploma in Urban Land Economics

  2. Bachelor of Business in Real Estate


  AUSTRALIA

 A)  RMIT University [Formerly known as Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology]

  1. Diploma in Valuation - intake 1967 to 2000

  2. Bachelor of Business (Property) - until intake 2004

  3. Bachelor of Business Property (Valuation Option) - until intake 2004

  4. Bachelor of Applied Science (Valuation) - intake 2005

  5. Bachelor of Applied Science (Property) - intake 2005
  6. * On condition the candidate obtain passes in Statutory Valuation, Urban Valuation, Rural Valuation and Advanced Valuation.

B)   University of South Australia [Formerly known as South Australian Institute of Technology]

  1. Bachelor of Applied Science in Property Resource Management (Valuation)
  2. * Candidates are required to take the following subjects:

      2nd Year
    1. Building Constuction and Services
    2. Valuation 1
    3. Valuation Field Work 1

      3rd Year
    1. Property Development
    2. Valuation 2
    3. Valuation Field Work 2
    4. Property Law 3

  3. Bachelor of Business (Property)

* Candidates are required to take subjects that will qualify them for professional membership of the Australian Property Institute



C)  Curtin University of Technology [Formerly known as Western Australia Institute of Technology]

  1. Bachelor of Business (Valuation and Land Administration)- until intake 1984

  2. Bachelor of Business (Valuation and Land Economy) - until intake 1997

  3. Bachelor of Commerce in Property - until intake 2009

D) University of Western Sydney, Hawkesbury [Formerly known as Hawkesbury Agricultural College]

  1. Bachelor of Business (Land Economy - Valuation Specialisation)
  2. * Candidates are required to take the following subjects:

    Rural Valuation (Val 274)
    Land Surveying
    Advanced Valuation Technique (Val 275)
    Building System (BLD 373)
    Statutory Valuation (URB 383)

    * Candidates are required to choose 3 other subjects among the following:

    Conveyancing (LAW)
    Rural Land Utilisation (RUR 391)
    Litigation (LAW 377)
    Agency Management Practice (BUS 366)
    Agency Marketing Practice (BUS 365)
    Project Management (BUS 342)
    Building System (BID 373)
    Project Rights and Compensation

  3. Bachelor of Commerce (Property Economics)
  4. * Candidates are required to take the following electives:

    Property Portfolio & Asset Management
    Compulsory Acquisition and Litigation
    Property Finance and Tax
    Building and Facilities and Management
    Valuation of Special Premises
    Commercial Property Management
    Investments
    Building 2

  5. Bachelor of Business and Commerce in Property



E)  University of Queensland

  1. Bachelor of Business in Real Property Valuation & Administration - until intake 1982

  2. Bachelor of Business in Property Studies - intake 1983 to 2000

  3. Bachelor of Business Management in Real Estate & Development - intake 2001
    * Passed in property/valuation electives

F)  University of Technology Sydney

  1. Bachelor of Property Economics - intake 2002

G)  University Of Melbourne

  1. Bachelor of Planning & Design and Bachelor of Property & Construction
    *Passed the property stream subjects

    - Introduction to Property
    - Construction Technology 2A
    - Principles of Property Valuation
    - Shaping the Metropolis
    - Income Property Analysis
    - Property Agency and Marketing
    - Statutory Valuation
    - Property Law
    - Property Management
    - Property Resource Analysis
    - Property Development
    - Advance Property Analysis
    - Facility Management

  2. Bachelor of Environment in Property Major

H)  Queensland University of Technology

  1. Bachelor of Urban Development in Property Economics - intake 2006


NEW ZEALAND

A)  Lincoln University [Formerly known as Lincoln College]
  1. Bachelor of Commerce in Valuation and Property Management
  2. * Candidates from the 2011 intake must take the following subjects:

    1st Year
    Sem 1
    ACCT 103 - Financial Information for Business
    COMP 101 - Computing
    LWST 101 - Intro. Legal Environment of Business
    QMET 103 - Statistics

    1st Year
    Sem 2
    ECON 110 - Introduction to Applied Economics
    VAPM 101 - Introduction to Real Estate
    VAPM 205 - Real Estate Marketing and Management

    2nd Year
    Sem 1
    ECON 211 - Land Economics
    FINC 204 - Financial Management
    VAPM 201 - Principles of Property Management
    ENGN 105 - Building Construction

    2nd Year
    Sem 2
    ENGN 232 - Facilities Management
    VAPM 207 - Principles of Valuation
    LWST 203 - Property Law
    Elective : FINC 211 -  Investments or SOCI 214 - The Living City

    3rd Year
    Sem 1

    LWST 302 - Resource Management Law

    VAPM 308 - Property Analytical Methods

    VAPM 313 - Property & Facilities Management
    VAPM 310 - Valuation of Investment Property

    3rd Year
    Sem 2

    VAPM 309 - Property Investment and Portfolio Analysis

    VAPM 314 - Property Development

    VAPM 311 - Urban Valuation

B)  Massey University

  1. Bachelor of Business Studies in Valuation Major
  2. * Candidates are required to take the following subjects:

    1st Year
    Financial Management
    Introductory Computing
    Business Law
    Introductory Statistics
    Introductory Macro-economics
    Introductory Micro-economics

    2nd Year
    Fundamentals of Business Organisations
    Administration Process
    Real Estate Valuation & Management
    Applied Valuation I
    Agricultural & Horticultural Production
    Systems (A) & (B)
    Building Technology I

    3rd Year
    Management Accounting
    Property Management & Development
    Land Economics
    Advanced Valuation
    Applied Valuation II
    Introduction to Regional Planning
    Building Technology II
    Valuation Law


  3. Bachelor of Business Studies in Property Management Major

    * Candidates are required to take the following subjects:

    1st Year
    Fundamentals of Accounts System
    Fundamentals of Business Organisation
    Introductory Business Computing
    Introductory Statistics
    Business Economics
    Administratives and Behavorial Processes
    Introductory Accounting and Financing
    Business Law

    2nd Year
    Fundamentals of Marketing
    Management Accounting
    Real Estate Valuation & Management
    Law of Professional and Commercial Liabilities
    Contemporary and Future Management Theory
    Computer In Business
    Law of Property

    3rd Year
    Property Management and Development
    Advanced Valuation
    Building Technology
    Planning
    Business and Administrative Policy
    Research Methods in Business
  4. Bachelor of Business Studies in Valuation & Property Management)

C)  University of Auckland

  1. Bachelor of Property Administration

  2. Bachelor of Property

* Candidates are required to take the following subjects:

1. Property 311 : Valuation 3
2. Property 343 : Advanced Construction
3. Property 372 : Applied Valuation Project


UNITED KINGDOM


A)  The City University, London, United Kingdom

  1. Bachelor of Science in Property Valuation and Management - graduate fron 1986 onwards

  2. Bachelor of Science in Property - graduate in1986 onwards

  3. Bachelor of Science in Property Valuation & Finance

B)  University of Northumbria of Newcastle [Formerly known as Newcastle Polytechnic]

  1. Bachelor of Science in General Practice Surveying

  2. Bachelor of Science in Urban Property Surveying - until intake 1997

  3. Bachelor of Science in Estate Management - intake 1998


C)  University of The West of England Bristol [Formerly known as Bristol Polytechnic]

  1. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Valuation and Estate Management [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)]

  2. Diploma in Land Administration

  3. Bachelor of Science in Property Management & Investment

  4. Bachelor of Science in Business (Property)

D)  University of Staffordshire [formerly Staffordshire Polytechnic/Stoke on Trent Cauldon College of Further Education]

  1. Diploma in Valuation Surveying

  2. Bachelor of Science in Valuation Surveying

  3. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Property with Business Studies (March 1998)

E)  Dublin College of Technology

  1. Diploma in Environmental Economics

  2. Diploma in Property Economics

F)  Heriot-Watt University

  1. Bachelor of Science in Estate Management - graduates until 2009

  2. Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Management

  3. Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Management - include distance learning delivered by Imperia institute of Technology (Conditional recognition subject to annual review)

G) Kingston University [Formerly known as Kingston Polytechnic]

  1. Diploma in Estate Management

  2. Bachelor of Science in Urban Estate Management

H)  De Montfort University [Formerly known as Leicester Polytechnic]

  1. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Estate Management [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)] - as informed on the 1st December 2009

  2. Diploma in Surveying in Estate Management - as informed on the 1st December 2009

  3. Bachelor of Science in Property and Business - intake 1996

  4. Bachelor of Science in Land Management

I)  Liverpool John Moore University [Formerly known as The Liverpool Polytechnic]

  1. Diploma in Estate Management

  2. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Estate Management [Formerly known as B.Sc in (C.N.A.A)]

  3. Bachelor of Science in Urban Estate Management [Formerly known as B.Sc in (C.N.A.A)]

  4. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Real Estate Management

J)  University of East London [Formerly known as North East London Polytechnic]

  1. Diploma in General Surveying

  2. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Land Management [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)]

  3. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Land Administration

K)  Oxford Brookes University [Formerly known as Oxford Polytechnic, Headington]

  1. Diploma in Estate Management

  2. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Estate Management

  3. Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Management

L)  University of Paisley [Formerly known as Paisley College of Technology]

  1. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Land Economics [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)]

  2. Diploma in Land Economics

M)  University of Westminster [Formerly known as The Polytechnic of Central London and Regent Polytechnic]

  1. Diploma in Urban Estate Management

  2. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Urban Estate Management [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)]

N)  London South Bank University [Formerly known as Polytechnic of the South Bank @ Brixton School of Building]

  1. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Estate Management [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)]

O)  University of Portsmouth [Formerly known as Portsmouth Polytechnic]

  1. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Urban Land Administration [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)]

  2. Diploma in General Surveying

  3. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Real Estate Management [Formerly known as B.Sc (Hons) in Land Management)

* Course content remain the same.


P)  Sheffield Hallam University [Formerly known as Sheffield City Polytechnic]

  1. Bachelor of Science (Hons) Ordinary Degree in Urban Economics

  2. Diploma in Estate and General Surveying

  3. Bachelor of Science (Hons) Urban Land Economics

  4. Bachelor of Science (Hons) Business Property Management

  5. Bachelor of Science (Hons) Residential Development and Agency

  6. Bachelor of Science (Hons) Property Development

Q)  University of Greenwich [Formerly known as Thames Polytechnic @ Hammersmith School of Act and Building]

  1. Diploma in Estate Management - until intake 1972

  2. Bachelor of Science in Estate Management - until intake 2009

  3. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Real Estate

R)  Nottingham Trent University [Formerly known as Trent Polytechnic]

  1. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Urban Estate Surveying [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)]

  2. Bachelor of Science in Estate Surveying

  3. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Real Estate Management

S)  University of Aberdeen (Scotland)

  1. Bachelor of Land Economy

  2. Post Graduate Diploma in Land Economy

T)  University of Reading [College of Estate Management]

  1. Bachelor of Science in Land Management (Valuation Specialisation) - graduates until 2010

  2. Bachelor of Science in Land Management (Investment & Finance) - graduates until 2010

  3. Bachelor of Science in Land Management (Valuation & Property Management) - graduates until 2011


    College of Estate Management


  4. Bachelor of Science in Real Estate (Commercial Real Estate Appraisal & Asset Management)

  5. Bachelor of Science in Estate Management in Valuation Option

U)  University of Glamorgan [Formerly known as Wales Polytechnic @ Glamorgan Polytechnic]

  1. College Associateship in Urban Estate Management

  2. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Urban Estate Management
    [Formerly known as B.Sc (C.N.A.A)].

  3. Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Estate Management Surveying

V)  University of Central England in Birmingham [Formerly known as Birmingham Polytechnic]

  1. Diploma in Estate Management

  2. Bachelor of Science in Estate Management

W)  College of Estate Management

  1. Diploma in Surveying (General Practice)

  2. Bachelor of Science in Estate Management (Valuation Option)

X)  University of Ulster

  1. Bachelor of Science (Hons) In Estate Management

Y)  University of Luton

  1. Bachelor of Science in Estate Management - graduating in 1997 only

Z)  Glasgow Caledonian University

  1. Bachelor Science (Hons) Property Management And Valuation

 


PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATIONS

MALAYSIA

A)  Institution of Surveyors (Malaysia)

  1. Diploma of the Institution of Surveyors, Malaysia (General Practice)

  2. Diploma of the Institution of Surveyors, Malaysia (Property Consultancy and Valuation Surveying) - [PCVS]


AUSTRALIA

A)  Australia Property Institute (API) [Formerly Australia Institute of Valuers]

  1. Diploma of Australia Institute of Valuers

  2. Diploma of Australia Property Institute

NEW ZEALAND

A)  New Zealand Institute of Valuers

  1. Diploma of New Zealand Institute of Valuers

UNITED KINGDOM

A)  Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

  1. Diploma of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (General Practice)
    Note :
    (The above applies only to candidates who have passed the above examination up to year 1994 and resits in 1995 and 1996. )

B)  The Incorporated Society of Valuers and Auctioneers

  1. Diploma of the Incorporated Society of Valuers and Auctioneers (General Practice Division) - (1982) Syllabus


B.  FOR REGISTRATION AS AN ESTATE AGENTS

A Passed In The Final Examinations Of Following


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

1. All the academic qualifications recognised by the Board for registration as valuers.

2. Other academic qualifications:


MALAYSIA

A) University Technology Mara (UiTM)

  1. Diploma in Estate Management - intake 1995

B) University Technology Malaysia (UTM)

  1. Diploma in Valuation - intake 2000 to 2004

  2. Bachelor in Property Management - intake 2005

  3. Bachelor of Science in Land Administration and Development - intake 1994

  4. Diploma in Real Estate Management

C) National Institute Of Valuation (INSPEN)

  1. Certificate in Estate Agency

D) Imperia Institute of Technology

  1. Diploma in Estate Management


AUSTRALIA

A) Holmesglen Institute of TAFE [Formerly known as Moorabin of Technical and Further Education, Victoria]

  1. Advance Certificate Course in Estate Agency - until intake 2010


PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATIONS


A. All the professional examintions recognised by the Board for registration as valuers.

B. Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents

(a) Certificate in Estate Agency

(b) Diploma in Estate Agency

C. Institution of Surveyors (Malaysia)

*Candidates are required to pass the:

a) General Practice Intermediate Examination

b) Property Consultancy and Valuation Surveying Intermediate Examination


TEST OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE RECOGNISED BY THE BOARD

A.  FOR REGISTRATION AS A VALUERS


MALAYSIA

A)  Board of Valuers, Appraisers & Estate Agents

  1. Test of Professional Competence

B)  Institution of Surveyors Malaysia

  1. Test of Professional Competence for General Practice Surveying

  2. Test of Professional Competence for Property Consultancy and Valuation Surveying

B. FOR REGISTRATION AS AN ESTATE AGENTS


MALAYSIA

A)  Board of Valuers, Appraisers & Estate Agents

  1. Test of Professional Competence

B)  Institution of Surveyors Malaysia

  1. Test of Professional Competence for General Practice Surveying

  2. Test of Professional Competence for Property Consultancy and Valuation Surveying

 
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