Undergraduate University Study of Geodesy and Geoinformatics



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  • How many students are admitted to the study?
  • What are the admission requirements?
  • What is the candidate selection procedure?
  • Where can I continue my studies?
  • What can I do and what are my employment options after graduation?
  • Where and how to apply for the study?

The answers to these questions can be found in a brochure here.

Dunja Krce, Student of the Undergraduate University Study of Geodesy and Geoinformatics

Why did I apply for studying at FCEAG?

I knew I did not want to have a boring job, boring colleagues, boring workdays and a routine that could not fulfil all my expectations from the modern world. And what kind of profession enables working outdoors, interacting with people and active tracking of the technology advancement? Of course, geodesy!

Geodesy is a science that equally attempts to determine laws of nature and fix its chaos as well as to protect its laws and chaos, to create the foundation for other professions, primarily civil engineering and architecture. It is a science that depicts and records natures’ space on paper.

When I first enrolled in the Faculty, everything was sorted out: during the first academic year we began with practical classes and I knew at that point that my choice of profession was good.

Being a geodesy engineer is both interesting and fun. Besides the good choice for a prospective profession, I am really satisfied with the quality of teacher-student relationship. At the geodesy study you are definitely not just a number. Learning is encouraged and work is rewarded!