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ABOUT THE INSTITUTION OF SURVEYORS, AUSTRALIA
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Types of Membership

Student

  • Must be enrolled in an approved course leading to qualifications as a surveyor or spatial scientist.
Affiliate Member
  • Must be engaged in the profession of surveying or related fields and hold an approved tertiary Certificate
  • or be aged at least 30 and, in the Institutionís opinion, have achieved the status of an Affiliate.
Associate Member
  • Must hold an approved Associate Diploma in a discipline of Surveying or its equivalent
  • or be engaged in the profession of surveying and hold an approved qualification equivalent to an Associate Diploma in a discipline other than surveying,
  • or, in the Institutionís opinion, the applicant's professional standing, knowledge of, and experience in surveying, is not less than that of an Associate.
Graduate Member
  • Must hold an approved Bachelor Degree in a discipline of Surveying or a related area.
Member
  • Must hold an approved Bachelor Degree (or its equivalent as judged by the Institution), and have at least two years of satisfactory experience since graduation
  • or hold a Bachelor Degree Award in a discipline other than surveying and, by virtue of the applicantís training and experience in surveying, have attained a status in the profession equivalent to that of a Member.

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