ADVANCE YOUR CAREER WITH AN MSC DEGREE IN GEOINFORMATION SCIENCE AND EARTH OBSERVATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Do you want to become an expert in the rapidly expanding field of geographic information systems and remote sensing, and also gain knowledge on trending topics on the international agenda such as food security, water management, and climate change, then this online Master's is the programme for you.
You can start in January or September and study with maximum flexibility in content, location and time. Read more about the Master's programme content, the admission requirements, and the cost. You can also find more information about what it is like to study online.
The programme evolves around the application of geo-information. Making use of specific expertise of both the University of Twente and Lund University, a wide variety of elective courses has been developed. This large number of electives allows you to develop your own profile within the broad field of environmental management, which includes many thematic areas, in particular forestry, agriculture and spatial ecology.
You can study this Master's entirely through e-learning at a location of your choice. However, most courses are similar to on-campus courses that are offered at the University of Twente and Lund University, and you have also the possibility to attend one or several of these courses on campus.
An international experience
If you decide to spend a couple of months at the University of Twente (Faculty ITC), Enschede, the Netherlands, you get an international experience, interact with teachers and fellow students and experience the University of Twente campus life.
If you study 25% of the programme on campus, you will be awarded a double degree: one from Lund University and one from University of Twente | ITC.
You have the possibility to choose your own study-pace (100%, 50% or 25%).
- Study at 100% and graduate in two years
- Study part-time at 50% (some 20 hours per week) and graduate in four years
- Study part-ttime at 25% (approximately 10 hours per week) and graduate in eight years.