Victorian Education Institutions
The University of Melbourne
Melbourne School of Engineering, Department of Infrastructure Engineering
Surveying has been taught at Melbourne since 1861 and has grown to encompass the broad scope of spatial information science, land information and spatial data management required for today’s profession. The pathway to accreditation is via a Geomatics major in the Bachelor of Science or Environments followed by a Master of Engineering (Geomatics). The Geomatics discipline at Melbourne is a dynamic centre for research and teaching, educating students from a wide range of backgrounds in preparation for successful careers in surveying, geomatics and spatial information.
Surveying and Geospatial Sciences, School of Science
Geospatial Science at RMIT is one of the largest academic groups of its kind in Australia. They specialise in the training and education of surveyors and geospatial scientists who work in a diverse range of professional areas across industry and government. Offering the only undergraduate degree-level surveying program in Victoria, they also oversee a program in geospatial science, as well as specialised postgraduate programs at honours and doctorate level. The group is well known for its practical focus in research and teaching across areas such as surveying, satellite positioning, remote sensing analysis, geospatial information science, sustainable resource management and land administration & development.
RMIT University TAFE
Spatial Information Services (Surveying, Mapping and GIS) – Advanced Diplomas (Surveying and SIS) and Certificate III
The program provides the educational and practical training for a career in the surveying, mapping and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) industries. The emphasis is on practical experience using industry-standard equipment.