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MasterGeoinformatic and Remote Sensing

Tuition fee €3,000 per year
Application fee €160 one-time

Non refundable

Deposit €500 one-time
Dormitory fee €127 per month

It requires to pay additional 100 EUR for Dormitory deposit.

More information

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Overview

Academic profile

Today, there is a growing demand for top-level engineers in various sectors of the economy. These specialists must be able not only to acquire large amounts of data but also to collect and analyze it. Specialists who are familiar with the application of geoinformatics and remote sensing in agriculture, forestry, land spatial administration, and crisis management spatial organization make a significant contribution to the national economy.
You will become a highly qualified engineer for scientific and pedagogical, as well as professional and managerial work in the field of geoinformatics and remote sensing. You will be able to navigate scientific research and be competent to solve scientific and practical issues related to the geo-informative provision of agriculture and forestry, spatial administration of land, and spatial organization of crisis management


The study program is completed with the elaboration and defense of the Master thesis.

Career opportunities

Master’s studies prepare theoretically and practically educated engineers to work in higher education and scientific institutions, state administrative institutions of various levels, as well as in companies and institutions whose activities involve solving geoinformatics and remote sensing issues

Apply now! Autumn semester 2023/24
Application period has ended
Studies commence
6 Sept 2023
Apply now! Autumn semester 2024/25
Application deadline
15 Jul 2024, 23:59:59
Eastern European Time
Studies commence
2 Sept 2024
Apply now! Autumn semester 2023/24
Application period has ended
Studies commence
6 Sept 2023
Apply now! Autumn semester 2024/25
Application deadline
15 Jul 2024, 23:59:59
Eastern European Time
Studies commence
2 Sept 2024