FACULTY OF GEO-INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TERRITORY MANAGEMENT
The mission of the faculty is to train modern specialists and scientific and pedagogical personnel in the field of geodesy and land management. Based on the basic direction, the faculty develops specializations: urban cadastre, geodesy in construction, GIS in territory management, GIS construction project management, land management.
The Faculty of Geoinformation Systems and Territorial Management is a leader in Ukraine in training specialists in the fields of geosystems and technologies, Earth sciences, monitoring and territory management. The faculty recently celebrated its 70th anniversary.
Training at the faculty is carried out in three specialties:
193 GEODESY AND LAND SURVEYING:
- Geoinformation systems and technologies
- Real estate development
- Land management and cadastre
- Appraisal of land and real estate
017 PHYSICAL CULTURE AND SPORTS
- Physical education and sports
Students of the Faculty of Geoinformation Systems and Territorial Management study modern technologies of spatial data collection, geospatial databases, methods of digital cartography and geovisualization, spatial analysis and geostatistics.
The faculty operates educational and scientific programs jointly with universities in Germany, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Latvia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Armenia. Students of the faculty have the opportunity to simultaneously undergo training at the universities of Lithuania and Poland to obtain a double diploma of the European model.
Faculty graduates have wide opportunities for employment in design and construction organizations (Kyivmiskbud, Kyivmetrobud, Kyivproekt); land management and geodetic enterprises (Ukrainian State Aerogeodetic Enterprise, Center of the State Land Cadastre); city and regional administrations of land resources; state institutions (Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Communal Services, State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre).
Dean of the Faculty of Ph.D. docent
Olena Viktorivna Nesterenko
THE FACULTY INCLUDES:
- 6 departments:
- department of engineering geodesy;
- Department of Geoinformatics and Photogrammetry;
- department of land management and cadastre;
- Department of Higher Mathematics;
- department of language training and communication;
- department of physical education and sports.
- 7 laboratories
- 2 geodetic laboratories
- 13 doctors of science and professors
- 38 teachers with a scientific degree and title
- Academic Council for Dissertation Defense.
Over the years of its existence, the faculty has trained more than 700 engineers, including about 200 specialists for 15 countries.