|UNIGIS MSc||UNIGIS professional|
|Duration||2 to 3 years *||1+ to 1,5 years *|
|Entry requirements||Bachelor degree **||University entry qualification **|
|Qualification||Master of Science (MSc)||Academic Certificate in Geographical Information Systems|
|Target group||Graduates from various disciplines||Persons from various practice-oriented professional domains|
|Skills||Science-based / oriented towards management||Applied / oriented towards advanced applications|
|Workload||12 – 15 hrs per week (average)||12 – 15 hrs per week (average)|
|Start||twice a year (March / October) *||twice a year (March / October) *|
|Tuition fee||€ 9,800.- *||€ 5,400.- *|
* applies to the Salzburg Global Campus; may differ, if delivered through a partner site: see Study locations
** equivalent qualifications may be accepted – for more details please contact the UNIGIS Office
Which study program is the right for me? Seven questions that may support your decision:
- Which UNIGIS program fits to my educational goals and needs? Do I aim at gaining a general overview of the GIS technologies and purpose to apply them in my working environment, or do I need management qualifications in Geoinformatics for large organisations?
- Might the costs be an issue? May I qualify for financial support through my employer or national agencies, or through various scholarships?
- What are the study workload and study duration? For how long can I schedule a constant workload for my studies? If applicable, could my partner/my family support me during the studies?
- How about my personal motivation to study? For how long can I maintain my motivation and which factors does it depend on?
- How important is an academic qualification for me and/or my career?
- Am I interested in the active and scientific investigation in the field of Geoinformatics or am I rather a practicioner, who is interested in developing applications?
- What is my educational background? Do I fulfil the program entry requirements? What is my English language proficiency level?
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