Where To Study Surveying and Spatial Science – VIC


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RMIT University Bachelor of Applied Science Surveying (Honours) 75.10 Units 3 and 4—one of mathematical methods (CAS) or specialist mathematics and a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English. 4 years full-time or
8 years part-time
Course info page
Phone: 9925 2213
Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science) (Honours) 71.45 Units 3 and 4—mathematics (any), and a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English. 4 years full-time or
8 years part-time

University of Melbourne Bachelor of Design leading to Master of Engineering (Spatial) * 85 Study score of at least 25 in English or 30 in ESL. A background equivalent to Unit 3 & 4 in Maths Methods is recommended for those seeking to major in Geomatics. Without this, bridging subjects in mathematics may need to be taken in first year. Three-year Bachelors degree followed by two year Masters degree. Course Info page
Enquiries: 13 6352
Course Contact: Stephan Winter 03 8344 7875, winter@unimelb.edu.au
Bachelor of Science leading to Master of Engineering (Spatial) * 85 A study score of at least 25 in English/English Language/Literature or at least 30 in ESL. At least 25 in Mathematical Methods and at least 25 in one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics. Three-year Bachelors degree followed by two year Masters degree.
Master of Engineering (Spatial) *
Not Applicable
Science: 25 points of Science (a broad interpretation of the Sciences which may include geography, psychology, environments subjects and archaeology or other equivalent subjects). Mathematics: 25 points of first-year mathematics (any). At least a 65% average* in final two years. 2 years OR
up to 3 years
(depending on the extent of relevant prior studies)

RMIT VET Certificate IV in Surveying
Not Applicable
Not Applicable 6 months part-time, 3 days every 2 weeks Course Info Page
Phone: 9925 4468
engineering-tafe@rmit.edu.au
Diploma of Surveying Not Applicable Not Applicable 1 year full-time
Advanced Diploma of Surveying Not Applicable Diploma of Surveying 1 year full-time

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Professional Training Agreements Victoria

(2-3 years Part Time)

Professional Training Agreement (PTA) provides a mechanism to enable a Graduate Surveyor to progress to registration as a Licensed Surveyor in Victoria.

The purpose of the PTA is to provide a structured training program to assist a Graduate Surveyor with the continuation of education and training to develop their skills. This requires 360 days of supervised training, including a minimum of 240 Cadastral training days.

As part of the PTA, a Graduate Surveyor is required to submit an Urban and a Rural Cadastral Survey as well as completing the Cadastral Law Project and Professional Assessment Project. The final stage of the Agreement is the Professional Practice Examination, which involves an interview with a panel of Board Members.

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