General Criteria for Admission to University

In order to be admitted to the CDE master’s programme, students must hold a Bachelor’s degree in a GEOSPATIAL DISCIPLINE or from an equivalent programme at an internationally recognised tertiary educational institution, corresponding to at least 180 ECTS (6 semesters) AND the admission by the CDE consortium of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree programme.

in a GEOSPATIAL discipline

Geography, Geoinformatics, Geology, Computer Science, Data Science, Cartography, Remote Sensing, Ecology & Conservation, Surveying & Mapping,  Agriculture, Resource Management, Urban Planning, Regional Planning, Landscape Planning, Public Administration, Infrastructure Management, Civil Engineering.

University of South Brittany, Département Informatique

Experience of at least one programming language, and interest in programming. You should have already used at least one programming language (and implemented some algorithms), and eager to learn more about it.

Basic statistics, linear algebra and differential calculus (usually studied in first year of scientific university curriculum). If NOT, it will be required to follow such courses through MOOC before entering the MSc programme.

GeoData Science

Palacky University Olomouc, Department of Geoinformatics

Experience of GIS software with visualization modules.

Graphics or Infographics.

Skills in JavaScript.

Students who have already graduated in any cartography or geovisualisation degree must provide diploma supplement and diploma thesis.

GeoVisualization & Geocommunication

latest update: May 14, 2020