The Master of Science in Geospatial Technologies qualifies for a professional career in the following domains:
Private sector: GI applications and consulting in the domains of regional planning, landscape planning, financial services industry, energy providing industry, transportation, agriculture and forestry, and retailing/marketing;
Research: Applied sciences at universities and other research institutions.
Public sector: GI applications and consulting in local and regional administrations, especially in cadastre and different types of planning (e.g., regional, traffic, ecology).
The Master program targets holders of a Bachelors with a qualification in application areas of Geographic Information (GI), e.g., environmental planning, regional planning, geography, logistics, transportation, marketing, energy provision. We also particularly welcome computer scientists with a keen interest in GI and GI Systems. It is required to have acquired at least basic skills in computer science and/or geoinformatics before the start of the Masters program.
The Masters program is funded by the European Commission within the Erasmus+/Erasmus Mundus program. The funding periods are September 2012 - March 2018, grant agreement FPA-2012-0191, and September 2016 - March 2021, grant agreement 2016-2054.