Where Can I Study Survey In South Africa

What is a Survey?

In research of human subjects, a survey is a list of questions aimed at extracting specific data from a particular group of people. 

Where Can I Study Survey In South Africa?

The Bachelor of Science in Land Surveying from the University of Kwazulu Natal is a four-year professional degree that is tailored towards registration as a professional land surveyor.

How much do land surveyors make in South Africa?

The average surveyor salary in South Africa is R 390 000 per year or R 200 per hour. Entry-level positions start at R 240 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 2 523 230 per year.

Are surveyors in demand in South Africa?

There is a general shortage of professional land surveyors and technical surveyors, with the result that many work opportunities exist throughout South Africa (and even worldwide).

How do I become a surveyor in South Africa?

In South Africa, land surveying is regulated by the Surveyors Act, No. 9 of 1963, which sets out the requirements for becoming a registered land surveyor.

To be eligible for registration, an individual must have completed a recognized degree or diploma in surveying and have at least two years of practical experience.