The advanced knowledge (cartography, geodesy, computer science, remote sensing, topography...) and techniques (observation of the earth, processing and interpretation of varied images and three-dimensional data) that are acquired during the training make our students recognized professionals able to intervene in all the stages of production of geographic information from the acquisition to the diffusion.
The cycle is divided in two years and at the end of each year students must do a professional internship (3-4 months).
The training of geomatics surveyor is registered in the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP), level III of the French nomenclature (certificate level +2).
Classes focus on:
- Topometry, GPS
- Photogrammetry, remote sensing
- IT development
- GIS, mapping
- Social science
For further information: contact the international relations department.
Updated the 4 December 2018△