The paper elucidates the current structure of university education in Belarus and particularly emphasises available levels of education. Furthermore, the paper focuses on existing study programmes training specialists in the field of cadastre, land management, GIS, and real estate management in the Republic of Belarus. The overview is based on a survey of existing curricula of several Belarusian universities as well as on the National classifier of specialities. Recent development and future trends in land administration education of Belarus are partly addressed. The new study programmes in land administration in Russia and Ethiopia, developed in cooperation with Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden), are proposed as good examples of possible development of education in the field of land administration in Belarus. The advantages of such new integrated training of professionals for the individual and employer, the profession and society are noted.