Spatial and surveying careers open up opportunities to work in exciting and unique areas. You could end up using the latest technology from drones, digital mapping, smart sensors, 3d printing to artificial intelligence. People in the industry design, build, manage and protect everything you see in the world. (RICS.org)
Visit the Careers NZ website to get more information about careers in spatial and surveying and what study will get you there.
What it's like to be a surveyor
Read Claire's career story on page 39 Leaving School Issue #9.
Read Melissa's career story on page 20 Leaving School Issue #12
Find out about the pathways to technology, surveying, spatial and science careers at www.futureintech.org.nz
- Careers NZ - see the connection between studying at school and what the future study and work option might in the vocational pathway page
- www.linz.govt.nz - Add location to your degree
Where to Study
Where you need to study to gain qualifications to become a spatial professional or surveyor.