Training & Courses

This page lists a range of academic and commercial courses and training programmes in hydrographic surveying and associated disciplines.

Details of BSc and MSc programmes are included free of charge. For commercial courses there is a small charge of 50 + VAT for Corporate Members or 90 + VAT for non-member organisations. To list a course on this page, please contact


MSc in Hydrographic Surveying01 September 2016-30 September 2017One-year full-time taught postgraduate programme


73rd UNB-OMG/UNH-CCOM Multibeam Course15-20 May 2017An intensive 6-day, 36-lecture course providing a theoretical and practical background in marine swath survey technology and techniques
Stockholm, Sweden

Multibeam and Mobile Laser Training Course15-19 May 2017Hosted by Swathe Services in combination with HYPACK, R2Sonic, SBG and Renishaw
Truro, Cornwall

BSc (Honours) Ocean Exploration01 September 2017-30 June 2020Three-year full-time taught undergraduate programme

MSc Hydrography01 September 2017-30 September 2018One-year full-time taught postgraduate programme

MSc Geographic Information Systems01 September 2017-31 August 2018Twelve month full-time taught postgraduate programme

MSc Engineering Surveying with Geographical Information Science01 September 2017-01 September 2018Twelve month full-time taught postgraduate programme

MSc Positioning and Navigation Technologies01 September 2017-01 September 2018Twelve month full-time taught postgraduate programme

DipHE - Hydrography for Professionals01 September 2017-31 August 2018Undergraduate level distance e-learning course

PgDip Advanced Hydrography for Professionals01 September 2017-31 August 2018Post-graduate level distance e-learning course


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