MSc in Geomatics Engineering (GEOENGINE)

Overview; Curriculum; Modules

The GEOENGINE program at Universität Stuttgart

The GEOENGINE program provides an advanced education and training for students with a Bachelor of Science degree (or comparable) in Geodesy, Photogrammetry, or Surveying Engineering. Graduates from programs similar in scope of study may be accepted subject to individual assessment.

The entire Master Program is studied in English language. It takes two years (four semesters) including a one-semester thesis research. Typically it is about 20-30 mainly international students per year. GEOENGINE has been designed to be a condensed graduate program. It attracts also people who already have finished other studies to gain expertise in the promising field of Geomatics Engineering.

University of Stuttgart offers special expertise in the fields of positioning, navigation, multisensoral integration and telematics and will impart profound knowledge. By the combination of knowledge transfer and trained skills the graduate will as well become acquainted with related fields which are of importance for the development in their home countries or other parts of the world.

Apart from the technical/scientific admission requirements a very good education in Mathematics is needed as well as great skills in any programming language (e.g. MATLAB, Fortran, C, etc.).

The program in brief

Name Geomatics Engineering (GEOENGINE)
Profile International, Master of Science course
Research and theory related profile with adequate number of applied subjects
Final degree Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Standard period of study 24 months (4 semesters, 4 x 30 credits)
Start of course each winter semester (starting in September/October)
Number of students typically 20-30 students per year, mainly international
Language of lectures and exams English
Tuition fees 1.500 EUR per semester (only international degree seeking students from non-EU countries)
Other fees Student service fees of around 170 EUR per semester
Accreditation Fully accredited according to the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area in 2012
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