Master's programmes

Geographical Information Management and Applications

Master's programme

More information about the study programme is available on the GIMA website

This master’s programme aims to educate students and professionals to become all-round managers and/or researchers in the field of geo-information.

From protecting rainforests to streamlining urban planning, geographical information has a vital role to play in our world. How can we ensure this data is organized and presented to maximum effect?

Businesses and local residents are eager to consult the planning restrictions of their town or city to find out whether their building plans are likely to be approved. Presenting this information digitally in an easily accessible and visually effective form offers a pressing and fascinating challenge.

A non-governmental organization in a data-poor environment in a developing country wants to monitor changes in the extent and quality of the local forests. Is it possible to accurately classify satellite images in a way that will help them achieve this goal?

These are just two examples of the wide variety of spatial information issues that geographical information experts have to deal with. The range and complexity of such issues are vast: imagine the challenges involved in combining soil, land use, topography and geomorphology data into a single map to illustrate the probability of significant archaeological finds in a given area.

Programme overview

Degree
Master’s degree in Geographical Information Management and Applications
Certification: MSc
Duration
2 years
Full-time/part-time
Full-time / part-time
Language
English taught
Starting date
1 September 2017
Numerus fixus
Does not apply for the programme
Accreditation
NVAO

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This course provides the one opportunity to learn rapidly, and bring spatial database skills to your toolbox in just three weeks.

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This course develops knowledge and investigative skills to address the challenges of the city of the 21st century using geo-information and earth observation methods and techniques

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This course develops knowledge and investigative skills to address the challenges of the city of the 21st century using geo-information and earth observation techniques

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Advanced Geostatistics
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Analysis of Intra-Urban, Socio-Spatial patterns

This course explores on issues of socio-spatial diversity, differentiation and fragmentation that impact on the urban form and on the quality-of-life of urban dwellers

Applied Earth Sciences, with specialization in Geological Remote Sensing

This master's course focuses on two main application areas: the exploration, mapping and characterization of (i) mineral resources and of (ii) active geothermal systems as a sustainable energy source.

Applied Earth Sciences, with specialization in Natural Hazards, Risk and Engineering

This master’s programme exposes you to different types of hazards and the disaster risk that they can cause. You will gain insight in methods to evaluate how hazards and risk may change in the future.

Applied Geophysics

The course will deal with the theory of geophysical methods, applications of geophysical methods, exercises, case study, preparation of geophysical surveys and analysis of geophysical reports.

Building Infrastructures for Geo-information Sharing

This course addresses the issues of how to design and implement collaborative geo-information systems on the internet, to be used by different domains.

Collaborative Planning and Decision Support Systems applied in Decision Rooms

This course develops your conceptual and practical understanding of several advanced methods for collaborative planning and decision support.

Data integration: principles, approaches and user perspectives

GIS and Earth Observation are scientific disciplines that develop methods to extract information about the earth surface and use this information for solving real-world problems.

Disaster Risk Management and Environmental Assessment for Spatial Planning

The course provides a unique opportunity to integrate a multidisciplinary assessment of risk into strategic planning processes.

Earth Observation

GIS and Earth Observation are scientific disciplines that develop methods to extract information about the earth surface. The focus of the course will be mainly on solving problems.

Earth Observation and Quantification of Water Cycle Components

The course is unique in the sense that the components of the hydrological cycle will systematically be linked with earth observation, in combination with advanced computational techniques.

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This joint course hosted in Kenya will provide professionals in the field of IWRM with practical tools and methods to map watershed charactheristics and perform spatial analyses.

Environmental Hydrology for Water Security

The course consists of a study in which water security, using an integration of water quantity & quality assessment, modelling & use of EO and in-situ data for water monitoring, are being exposed.

Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment Using Spatial Decision Support Tools

In this course, you will explore how GIS, models and spatial decision support systems can be used to help to identify and structure the problem(s), find and compare possible solutions.

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In this course you will learn about environmental systems, their components and interactions with society, as well as become qualified in the rapidly expanding field of geo-information science.

Field Methods for Earth Sciences

In this course you will carry out a project that focuses on the combined use of remote sensing and geophysics with field observations and measurements to make Earth Science interpretation.

Geo-information for Spatial Planning and Disaster Risk Management, Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia) and University of Twente (The Netherlands)

This course is for students who want to become experts in managing disaster risk in regional development context, using geo-information for spatial planning, and for hazard and risk assessment

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This programme takes an application-oriented approach to collecting, processing, analyzing and visualizing spatial data. Graduates are at the forefront of one of today’s fastest growing industries.

Geo-information Science and Earth Observation with Chang'an University, Xi'an, China

Not yet available.

Geo-information Science and Earth Observation, with Capital Normal University, Beijing, China

Jointly with the Capital Normal University ITC has developed an MSc programme exposing course participants to developments in geo-information science and earth observation.

Geo-information Science and Earth Observation: a Systems-based Approach (e-learning)

Geographical information science & Earth Observation are scientific disciplines that develop methods to extract information about the earth surface & use this for solving real-world problems.

Geo-information Science and Modelling (e-learning)

Geographical information science (GIS) & Earth Observation are scientific disciplines that develop methods to extract information about the earth surface & use this for solving real-world problems.

Geo-information Science and Natural Resource Management, with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

The course emphasizes multidisciplinary and practical aspects of Natural Resources Management, especially in the fields of Forestry, Environmental Science and Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security.

Geographic Information Systems Data Quality

In this course, participants are required to give critical attention to the meaning of spatial data quality. Greatest attention will be given to quantitative and statistical aspects of the subject.

Geoinformatics

This PG emphasises technology for the acquisition, archiving and analysis of the modern spatial data that underpin our infrastructure, including water resources, food production and legal boundaries.

Geoinformatics

The programme focuses on the theoretical education and concepts of digital geo-information production and the use of tools in for instance the acquisition, an processing of spatial information.

Geoinformatics, with Ardhi University, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

The coursework emphasizes on concepts and processes that are used for the production, storage, analysis, visualisation and dissemination of spatial data and geo-information.

Geoinformatics, with Ghana School of Surveying Mapping, Accra, Ghana

The coursework emphasises on concepts and processes that are used for the production, storage, analysis, visualization and dissemination of spatial data and geo-information.

Geoinformatics, with Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehra Dun, India

This MSc emphasises science and technology for acquisition, archiving & analysis of modern spatial data that underpin our infrastructure, including water resources, food production & legal boundaries.

Geoinformatics, with Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehra Dun, India

This PG emphasises technology for the acquisition, archiving and analysis of the modern spatial data that underpin our infrastructure, including water resources, food production and legal boundaries.

Geological Remote Sensing

This 4-month course in Geological Remote Sensing is designed for researchers and working professionals with a background in earth sciences (BSc required), who want to gain further knowledge and skills

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The course is relevant for quantitatively oriented scientists with an interest of working on spatial studies.

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This course is aimed at postgraduate students and working professionals who wish to apply spatial statistics and geostatistical computing in research and consulting projects.

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This course will cover basic aspects of geovisual analytics from user-centred design perspective

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This course seamlessly blends cartographic fundamentals with the developments in modern geo-visualization techniques.

Groundwater Assessment and Modelling

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Integrated Water Resource Assessments with emphasis on Surface Water

The course will introduce you to integrated monitoring, assessment and modelling of water resources as well as applications in floods, droughts and irrigation.

Introduction to Geoinformatics

This course provides the basic theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience required to perceive the synergy within this multidisciplinary production environment.

Introduction to Urban Planning and Management

This course is aimed to develop a critical understanding of urban planning and management based on academic discourses, the international development agenda and participants' own experiences.

Land Administration

This course combines the institutional aspects of land administration & the development of sound information systems operated by viable land administration institutions.

Land Administration

This course combines the institutional aspects of land administration & the development of sound information systems operated by viable land administration institutions.

Land Administration Information Systems

This course is for young and mid-career professionals who want to gain knowledge and skills in designing, developing, maintaining and/or upgrading land administration information systems and services.

Land Governance

This course provides you with broad knowledge, tools and skills to strengthen land governance issues while implementing policy frameworks for sustainable development.

Land Information Management for Good Governance

This is a course for young & mid-career professionals who want to gain knowledge & skills in developing land policies & land information infrastructure, & managing land administration organizations.

Laser Scanning

This course provides you with an overview on the state of the art of the technique, potential applications as well as methods to extract geo-information from recorded point clouds.

Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment

The course explains how to conduct a risk assessment using spatial information on hazards, elements at risk and vulnerability with the aid of GIS and remote sensing.

Natural Hazards, Risk and Engineering

In this 18-week course in Natural Hazards, Risk and Engineering you will learn how to produce and apply geo-information to analyse the exposure to natural hazards and to assess disaster risks.

Natural Resources Management

The MSc degree course emphasizes the multidisciplinary aspects of natural resources management, with specialization in Forestry or Environmental Science or Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security.

Natural Resources Management

The course emphasizes multidisciplinary and practical aspects of Natural Resources Management, especially in the fields of Forestry, Environmental Science and Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security.

Natural Resources Management, with Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

In this nine-week course, you are trained in the use of remote sensing and GIS techniques for geological exploration (airborne geophysics, geological remote sensing, integrated image interpretation).

Participatory Mapping Tools and Approaches

If you're interested in participatory approaches from both an academic and a practitioners perspective and if your work or research involves data collection at community level this course is for you.

Principles and Applications of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing

An overview is given of System Earth with its various cycles, the basics and application of GIS and earth observation methods.The course is relevant for professionals who deal with geospatial data.

Principles and Applications of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems in Natural Resources Management, at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

This three month course introduces you to principal concepts and techniques of geographical information systems (GIS) and remote sensing (RS).

Programming Skills

This course demonstrates you how to utilize programming in the geospatial domain and is therefore targeted at professionals from “geo” domains, such as GIS, remote sensing and geosciences.

Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing

Provides technical competencies to extract elevation models, urban constructions, legal boundaries, for application in domains like cadastral land management and modelling of food security and water.

Remote Sensing/Geographic Information Systems Analysis Methods to Support Food and Water Security Studies

This course covers through presenting the most modern satellite imagery and processing methods, with emphasis on space-time dimensions of imagery data to map and monitor systems and processes.

Spatial Data for Disaster Risk Management

This course shows you how spatial data is used in advanced methods for risk assessment, incl. techniques for probabilistic risk assessment, the end users and the Spatial Data Infrastructure required.

Spatial Data Modelling
Spatial Data Quality
Spatial Databases and Their Design

This course provides the one opportunity to learn rapidly, and bring spatial database skills to your toolbox in just three weeks.

Spatial Decision Support Systems

This course introduces you to techniques for selecting and processing data to generate meaningful and timely information to support the better management of resources.

Spatial Modelling for Integrated Watershed Management

The course teaches to understand the influence of land use change and identify the primary factors leading to natural resource degradation.

Spatial-temporal Models for Food and Water Security Studies

The course presents contemporary modelling approaches that use satellite imagery to estimate quantitatively the performance of agro-ecosystems as future performances after anticipated climate change.

Spatio-temporal Modelling and Analytics

This course provides the one opportunity to learn rapidly, and bring spatial database skills to your toolbox in just three weeks.

Species Distribution Modelling and Climate Change Impact

If you want to learn more about mapping biological properties and processes, species distribution, biodiversity modelling, spatial auto-correlation, multi-collinearity, this course is for you.

Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) applying Systems Analysis and Spatial Decision Support Tools

This course provides a unique opportunity to strengthen the spatial planning process through environmental assessment using spatial information and spatial decision support tools.

The Competitive City and the Compact City

Cities are the centres of economic growth and cities can be characterised by a variety of functions and activities that are organised in urban space

The Resilient City

In this course we address concepts of urban risk management and approaches to integrate risk form natural hazards and climate change into urban planning and management strategies.

The Role of Forests in Climate Change Mitigation and the Use of Multi-sensor Remote Sensing to Assess Carbon

Sustainable forest management, including certification and the assessment and prevention of forest degradation, may well be considered in the years ahead.

The Sustainable City and the Inclusive City

Sustainability has become the global development paradigm since the early 90's and large sections of urban populations are often poor, amidst other sections of more affluent and even rich people

Thermal Infrafred Remote Sensing: from theory to applications

The course is targeted at professional workers and researchers that have a good working knowledge of remote sensing or reflectance spectroscopy.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Earth Observation
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Scene Understanding
Urban Land Use Change and Modelling

This course develops the participants’ conceptual understanding of advanced methods for modelling urban land use change and the ability to select, develop and apply methods in an appropriate manner.

Urban Planning and Management

This course develops knowledge and investigative skills to address the challenges of the city of the 21st century using geo-information and earth observation methods and techniques

Urban Planning and Management

This course develops knowledge and investigative skills to address the challenges of the city of the 21st century using geo-information and earth observation techniques

Urban Planning and Management, with Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia

This course concentrates on hazard-related information extraction from remote sensing image data and on GIS-based data-driven modelling for hazard susceptibility mapping.

Water Resources and Environmental Management

This course aims to provide you with knowledge on developments in geo-information science and earth observation for assessment, monitoring and prediction purposes in the fields of water resources.

Water Resources and Environmental Management

The course is designed for young and mid-career professionals involved in water resources, agriculture, irrigation, civil engineering, hydrology, (agro-)meteorology and physical geography.

Water, Climate and Cities

The certificate course Water, Climate and Cities will offer a set of methods and techniques for analysis and monitoring of climate and climate change, and applications thereof.

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