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Meet some of our current students and graduates in surveying and geospatial sciences.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying)
Aldo Auleebux works in the surveying industry but wanted to gain a better understanding of geospatial science and surveying.
Master of Geospatial Science
Keen athlete and Master of Geospatial Science student Caroline Coop, has made the most of her time at RMIT, combining her passions for sport with her studies in science.
Chris Attard says field activities, camps and work placement opportunities made him well-prepared for his job as a graduate surveyor with RMK Engineering Surveyors.
Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science) (Honours)
Early on in her studies, Claire discovered she had a knack for creating maps. Now she’s aiming to put her technical and creative skills to use in the field of natural disaster management.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying) (Honours)
For Daniel Heitmann the theory and practice taught during his Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying) (Honours) is often directly related to his work on-the-job as a surveyor.
Bachelor of Analytics (Honours)
A combined interest in mathematics and the business world, led Darcy Barker to study the Bachelor of Analytics at RMIT.
Elle Bios always loved geography and RMIT's Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science) provided the perfect degree to pursue her passion.
Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science) - Formerly Bachelor of Applied Science (Geomatics)
Erin's love of maps inspired her dream to work in an industry where she could work with maps on a daily basis.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying) Honours
After working as a graphic designer, Fiona Buntine decided on a change of career which led her to study a Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying) at RMIT.
Advanced Diploma of Surveying
Surveying runs in Georgia’s family. Her grandfather Phillip was a Chief Instructor for the Royal Engineers. The desire to work outdoors and an interest in maths inspired Georgia to study the diploma.
A bit of surveying work during a gap year opened up a new world of possibilities for Jon Allemand and he is looking forward to commencing a career that will take him to new places.
The diversity of work and job opportunities attracted Jonathan Wong to a career in surveying. He’s now balancing part-time work in the industry with his studies and aiming to be a mine surveyor.
Advanced Diploma of Surveying, Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Surveying) (Honours)
After working in the industry, Lucas Smith decided to further his career by studying the Advanced Diploma in Surveying, taking the first step towards his goal of becoming a licensed surveyor.
Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science) (Honours) - Formerly Bachelor of Applied Science (Geomatics) (Honours)
Studying geospatial science has led Nicole to a career as a spatial analysis consultant.
Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science)
A third generation RMIT graduate, Nikolaas Kostraby’s passion and dedication to learning enabled him to secure a spatial scientist position for a leading international organisation.
Diploma of Surveying
Phoebe Hunt knew a desk job wasn't for her. Her love for outdoors and interest in geography meant the Diploma of Surveying was a natural fit for her.
Since completing the Advanced Diploma of Surveying, Ricki Danuser has quickly become an integral and valued member of her organisation.
PhD (Geospatial Sciences)
Sarah Taylor combined her love of data, music and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to examine the growth and decline of the live music scene in Melbourne and Sydney.
Timothy Kodikara's research into space situational awareness is contributing to outcomes as part of RMIT’s SPACE Research Centre.
Will Woodgate chose to complete his PhD at RMIT because of its supportive research environment and strong reputation in the area of remote sensing.
Zhihui Wang hopes her research may lead to a better understanding of the process of photosynthesis which in turn could assist in land conservation and management.