GERMANY: Erasmus Mundus Masters Program in Geospatial Technologies

(taken from http://scholarship.bursa-lowongan.com/ )

The University of Münster, Germany, University Jaume I, Spain, and New
University of Lisbon, Portugal, provide a new Masters Program in
Geospatial Technologies. The English-taught Masters program has been
approved in the educational program of excellence of the European Union
ERASMUS MUNDUS. The program targets international applicants and will
provide
* 10 full scholarships for non-EU students (26.000 € + tuition fees +
insurance package)
* 2 full scholarships for students from Western Balkans and Turkey
(26.000 € + tuition fees + insurance package)
* 8 financial contributions to EU students + EEA-EFTA countries and
Switzerland  (9.000 € + tuition fees + insurance package)
* 4 grants for non-EU visiting researchers/scholars (14.800 € for four
months of teaching and research) We kindly ask you to distribute this information and the attached
flyer to all potentially interested
* Students – the Masters program addresses holders of Bachelor degrees in APPLICATION AREAS of Geographic
Information, such as Geography, Environmental Planning, Regional
Planning, Transportation/Logistics, Agriculture, Forestry,
Retailing/Marketing , etc., and/or
* Researchers (visiting scholars) with high-level academic
achievements in the field of Geographic Information. For further information, please see http://geotech.uni-muenster.de/. Thank you very much for your support
by disseminating this information.

Kind regards

Christoph Brox

Dr. Christoph
Brox
Institute for Geoinformatics (ifgi)
University of Muenster
Weseler Strasse 253
D-48151 Münster
Phone: +49 (0)251 8334721
Fax: +49 (0)251 8339763
http://ifgi.uni-muenster.de/

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