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Recognised qualifications

The following current Australian and New Zealand qualifications are recognised by the Board for registration as a surveyor in NSW:

  • Curtin University – Bachelor of Science (Mine and Engineering Surveying) – recognised for mining surveying registration only
  • Curtin University – Bachelor of Surveying
  • RMIT University – Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying)
  • University of Melbourne – Master of Engineering (Spatial) depending on subject and prerequisite requirements as noted on the Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria website.
  • University of Newcastle – Bachelor of Engineering (Surveying)
  • University of NSW - Bachelor of Engineering (Surveying)
  • University of Otago – Bachelor of Surveying
  • University of South Australia – Bachelor of Geospatial Science – recognised for mining surveying registration only, for land surveying registration you must also complete the Master of Surveying
  • University of Southern Queensland – Bachelor of Spatial Science Technology (Surveying) – recognised for mining surveying registration only
  • University of Southern Queensland – Bachelor of Spatial Science (Surveying)
  • University of Tasmania – Bachelor of Surveying and Spatial Sciences – recognised for mining surveying registration only, for land surveying registration you must also complete the Graduate Diploma in Land Surveying

If you hold an Australian or New Zealand three year or four year surveying degree not stated in the above list please contact the BOSSI office to have your qualification assess.

Holders of overseas qualifications need to have their qualifications assess by the Bureau for Assessment of Overseas Qualifications (Reciprocating Surveyors Boards of Australia and New Zealand). 

Further information can be found on the Overseas assessment page.

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