Aerial View, South Campus
The MSc in GIS and Applied Remote Sensing runs from January to December each year. There are a total of four modules: two in the Spring semester and two in the Autumn semester.
Introduction to Geographical Information Systems, Introduction to Remote Sensing, Aspects of Geographical Information Science, Digital Image Processing and Advanced Remote Sensing
The course is aimed at highly qualified, motivated graduates who have been trained in Geographical Information Systems, Remote Sensing, and Digital Image Processing and who can apply the information technology skills they obtain.
The aim of the course is to produce marketable graduates who will make significant contributions to Geographical Information Systems, Remote Sensing, and other disciplines within industry, government and academia. Graduates can expect to find careers in information technology based companies, Ordnance Survey, academia and in state bodies
The course runs from September each year. Applications close on June 30th each year. Enquiries about the MSc in GIS and Applied Remote Sensing should be addressed to: