There are several criteria that every candidate must meet. Learn more who is eligible to apply, how and where you can participate in the Master of Science programme.
WHO: Academic and other requirements
HOW: Student participation
Admission to Copernicus Master in Digital Earth – CDE requires a qualification based selection process, based on a call for application; the same procedure shall apply for Self-Funded students and Erasmus+ Funded students. Participation in the CDE Programme is possible either as:
Learn more about Erasmus+ EMJMD Scholarship eligibility rules as set by EACEA and Erasmus+ EMJMD Scholarships
Eligible Countries: E+ Programme Countries: EU Member States & Non EU Programme Countries:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, (United Kingdom), and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, and Serbia. E+ Partner Countries: all other countries that are not Erasmus+ Programme Countries.
WHERE: Partner universities and specialization tracks
MSc students start their programme at the University of Salzburg, Department of Geoinformatics for the first two semesters, before continuing towards developing a special flavor EITHER at University of South Brittany, Département Informatique OR Palacky University Olomouc, Department of Geoinformatics, while still following a common curriculum.
Student cohorts will meet each semester for joint Intensive Short Programmes (summer schools), field trips and the annual GI_Forum conference. Students may move to another mobility partner in the final semester. The study programme consists of a compulsory internship, at any organization or at an associated industry partner.
latest update: March 30, 2020