The goal of the Geoinformatics programs at Aalborg University is to introduce you to the potentials of modern geographic information technology, strengthening your professional approach to solving real world problems in your specific field of interest. Based on traditional problem-based learning methods, you will be introduced to geoinformatics by participating in course work (50%) and project work (50%).
Over the course of this programme, you gain a detailed understanding of the concepts and necessary skills to collect, manage, analyse, and disseminate various kinds of digital geographic information. Basic knowledge about geographic information and information technology is required for enrolment. Typically, you need a Bachelor’s degree in surveying, geography, land management, urban planning, environmental planning, or related programmes.
As a graduate, you become a GIS expert. GIS experts work with developing and maintaining geographical information systems in IT-based environments for private companies, utilities, local and national governments, etc.
During your education, you can influence your future career possibilities in direction of your desired job profile. As a growing number of fields make use of geographic information, typical employment opportunities after graduation include the following:
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The MSc in Technology programme in Surveying, Planning and Land Management with a specialisation in:
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