Master of Spatial Engineering
Where will this take me?
As a spatial engineer, you could work in a range of fields such as transport, infrastructure and surveying.
You’ll gain a transferable skillset that will be highly valued in management consulting, finance, business analysis, project management and many other areas. Our graduates work in a diverse range of industries including:
An internationally recognised qualification
The Master of Spatial Engineering is professionally recognised by EUR-ACE® (accrediting agency: ASIIN) and provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia until sufficient students have graduated from the program. Changes to accreditation status will be backdated, so all graduates receive full accreditation when it is granted. These accreditations allow you to work as an engineer in Australia, Europe, Hong Kong, Japan, US, and more.
The Master of Spatial Engineering is recognised with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and accredited with the Surveyors Registration Board, Victoria. To be eligible to register as a licensed surveyor with the Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria, students must complete a prescribed set of spatial electives as follows: Property Law; Land Development; and Cadastral Surveying; and graduate within the current accreditation cycle (ie: before 31 December 2022).
Supporting your next step in your career:
If you’ve completed your undergraduate studies at an Australian university, you’ll be automatically considered for a Melbourne Graduate Scholarship to support you starting the next chapter in your career. There’s no need to apply, because we’ll assess your application and you could be eligible for A$5,000.
If you’re an international student, whether you're a new or current student, you could be eligible for a merit-based scholarships of A$10,000 or more, wherever you are in the world. Learn more about undergraduate study options or graduate study options.
I have always had a love for maps! In my spare time I volunteer for Missing Maps, where I help respond to a disaster occurring somewhere in the world and remotely map buildings or features of interest from satellite imagery online.
Master of Engineering (Spatial)
Geospatial Analyst, Arup