Master's Degree in Geoinformatics in Ostrava in Czech Republic

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Geoinformatics

A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

Students interested in pursuing engineering or Earth sciences may be interested in the field of geoinformatics. Focusing on issues that pertain to and arise from geosciences, geography, and even cartography, geoinformatics is typically dedicated to the collection of geographical and spatial data.

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Master in Geoinformatics

Technical University of Ostrava
Campus Full time 2 weeks September 2019 Czech Republic Ostrava

The aim is to prepare graduates who master professional subject matters from the sphere of geoinformatics and geoinformation technologies at the level that enables the creation of new applications of geoinformation technologies, project management and the management and administration of geoinformation systems, the implementation of the advanced analysis, and search for new ways to solve different spatial problems. [+]

Study Branch

Geodesy, Cartography, and Geoinformatics

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The aim is to prepare graduates who master professional subject matters from the sphere of geoinformatics and geoinformation technologies at the level that enables the creation of new applications of geoinformation technologies, project management and the management and administration of geoinformation systems, the implementation of the advanced analysis, and search for new ways to solve different spatial problems. These will be applicable in both the state and local governments as well as in the private sector (manager of the utilities, transport undertakings, companies involved in the collection and distribution of geodata, etc.).... [-]