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Earth Observation and Geoinformation Management (MSc)


University of Edinburgh School of GeoSciences

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time or 2-3 years part-time

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Programme description

Combine data, technology and science to find new solutions to the world’s biggest challenges.

This unique MSC aims to provide you with the theoretical and practical skills to use and analyse Earth Observation data in conjunction with Geographical Information Science (GIS). This programme is well-embedded in a research and industry active environment, and builds on our successful MSc in Geographical Information Science (GIS) degree, which was the first of its type in the world with a heritage of over 30 years.

GIS captures, stores, checks and displays data related to positions on the Earth’s surface so you can better understand spatial patterns and relationships.

Earth Observation involves the gathering of information about the Earth’s physical, chemical and biological

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