Application procedure

How to apply  

Application for the e-learning MSc programme can be done fully online, using the application buttons below. After entering your personal details you can upload the required documents. Please read here how to proceed with your (pre) application and make sure all your documents are complete.

Application deadline

You can start in January or September. The next start date and application deadline can be found here. For the whole programme overview, please see here.

Information for non-european applicants

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Information for european applicants

Only a limited number of places are tuition free because they are sponsored by the Swedish government! Application via the tab below:

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The Swedish government annually provides a tuition fee waiver for a limited number of students from the European Union. Applicants from the European Union, who wish to be considered for this tuition fee waiver, should apply through the University Admissions in Lund University, Sweden.  University Admissions is managed by The Swedish Agency for Higher Education Services (VHS) in cooperation with Sweden’s universities and university colleges. It is responsible for the admissions process to bachelor’s and master’s level courses and programmes in Sweden.

Check the website of the Swedish University Admissions for application deadlines!

NOTE: EU applicants - who already have funding or who want to be sure of a place in the programme- should apply here!

The final decision on the selection of candidates is taken by the appropriate educational management bodies of both universities.

Candidates who wish to apply for alternative scholarships (Netherlands Fellowship Program, Erasmus Mundus External Windows, World Bank, etc.) may have to observe early deadlines and an early application is recommended.


Every effort is taken to ensure that each application is judged fairly, correctly and in line with the admissions policies and best practices of the consortium universities. Applicants who wish to challenge a decision on their application may submit a letter in which the nature of the complaint is explained in detail. Complaints from third parties will not be considered.
Letters of complaint should be addressed to:

iGEON Course Coordinator
Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC)
University of Twente
PO Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands