Bachelor Geospatial Engineering
Measuring, Analyzing, Designing
Geospatial Engineering graduates use digital models of our living space, sustainable spatial planning and clever transport concepts to play a vital part in building our future and solving the major challenges faced by our society and the world at large.
The Bachelor’s degree program teaches students the fundamental principles of mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering. A project in the second semester provides insights into practical issues and scientific working. Students learn the fundamental skills they need to record, analyze and use spatial data which can be used to model and shape the world we live in. The study program is ideal preparation for a Master’s degree in Geomatics or in Spatial Development and Infrastructure Systems.
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Geomatic engineers are specialists in recording and visualizing spatial structures and changes. They use all kinds of different measuring systems, data sources and methods to digitize, analyze and visualize our habitat.
Their field of activity ranges from taking measurements of the entire planet through to creating plans, maps and apps, or even applying their skills to dimensional verification in the shipbuilding and plant engineering industries.
Engineers with a specialization in spatial development and infrastructure systems deal with the sustainable development of settlements, landscapes, transport and infrastructure – designed to meet the needs of today and tomorrow.
They work independently or as sought-after experts in engineering offices, industrial companies or IT system manufacturers, or in public administration, research, development and education.
About this institute
Freedom and individual responsibility, entrepreneurial spirit and open-mindedness: ETH Zurich stands on a bedrock of true Swiss values. The university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-day Switzerland created it as a...
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