Study Programme for a Master of Engineering in Land Surveying 300 cr


300 cr

Application code


Application deadline

april 15, 2024

Form of education

Normal teaching



Study time

september 2, 2024–juni 3, 2029


General entry requirements for higher education in Sweden and courses corresponding to the following Swedish Upper Secondary School courses:

  • Mathematics 4 or Mathematics E
  • Physics 2
  • Chemistry 1


Grade/Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test: 60/40 %


About the programme

The Study Programme for a Master of Engineering in Land Surveying consists of five-year full time studies and results in a degree at Master level. It gives you knowledge in high demand and a deep understanding of geospatial data, land surveying (geodesy), GIS (Geographic Information Systems), computer programming, sustainable societal development and smart cities.

After two common years, you choose between two specialisations, either concentrating on technical land surveying or on GIS. Besides courses in the specific subject matter, a broad education is provided in for instance mathematics, computer science and the built environment. The study programme ends by writing a Master’s thesis in the last semester.

Specialisation in Technical Land Surveying
In this specialisation you concentrate on methods for collection of geospatial data, including both traditional and modern surveying methods (for instance GPS and other satellite techniques). Several courses deals with geodesy, i.e. with the science of measurements at or close to the Earth’s surface, which are then followed by applied courses in for instance photogrammetry, laser scanning, engineering surveying and remote sensing.

Specialisation in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Here you specialise in the analysis of geospatial data, particularly using GIS, but also in geovisualisation and development of various applications. The specialisation has its foundation in computer science with emphasis on the development and programming of different types of applications based on geospatial data.


Degree of Master of Science in Engineering

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