Surveyors and spatial scientists measure, model and analyse the world
Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Kura Kairūri
The National School of Surveying plays a key role in the sustainable development of built and natural environments. We produce highly-regarded graduates who develop professional careers in land, engineering and hydrographic surveying, land planning, urban development and geospatial sectors.
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21 Nov 2023
National School of Surveying Te Kura Kairūri celebrates 60th anniversary
Delegates attending the 135th Survey and Spatial New Zealand (S+SNZ) conference...
17 Nov 2023
Corporations not disclosing full scope of emissions – study
Most corporations are not reporting the full scope of their carbon footprint wit...
06 Jul 2023
Seminar and Conference Agenda
The School of Surveying runs a seminar series showcasing projects and results re...