No specific admission requirements.
Recognition is based on Metropolia´s common eRPL criteria.
Qualification requirements and regualations are defined in the degree requlations of Metropolia.
The professional field of land surveying is extensive and multidisciplinary. It includes surveying and mapping techniques, Geoinformatics, cadastral surveying and land use planning. The different sectors often interact and the aim is to provide the land surveying engineers’ general competence in this field.
During the studies students will deepen their expertise.
Many land surveyors are employed for example as planners in municipalities.
Graduates are eligible to apply for further studies.
The assessment criteria is defined in the degree regulations of Metropolia and course-specific requirements are described in the course descriptions in the curriculum.
A student is eligible to graduate when s/he has completed all the required courses set for the degree as a present student (extend 240 ECTS credits).
Studies are implemented as courses or projects. Studies include contact teaching and/or self-study.
Master's Degree (Second Cycle)
No work placement. Master´s Thesis is a research or development project.
No student exchange.