In New South Wales (NSW) to become a registered surveyor you will firstly need to have gained a recognised qualification or equivalent and a Certificate of Competency.
The current list of recognised qualifications can be found on the recognised qualifications page.
If you have gained a qualification that is not on this list it will need to be assessed as an equivalent to a recognised qualification.
After obtaining your degree you will undertake prescribed training and work experience under the supervision of a registered surveyor and the undertaking of prescribed examinations conducted by the Board.
On successful completion of the examinations, a candidate is then accredited by BOSSI as being proficient in the practice of surveying, and is entitled to become registered as a land or mining surveyor, under the register held by the Surveyor General.
Further information on qualifications gained outside of Australia and New Zealand can be found on the overseas assessment.