MSc in Geoinformation Science, Earth Observation and Spatial Management


Area of Studies

engineering, technology



Degree (in English)


  • English
Course Duration

4 semesters (full-time)

ECTS points



Faculty of Environmental and Mechanical Engineering

Tuition and Other Fees

4200 EUR (1100 EUR per 1st, 2nd, 3rd semester and 900 EUR per 4th semester) + enrollment fee (65 EUR for non-EU candidates and 85 PLN for EU candidates and NAWA scholarship holders)

Application Deadline(s)

May 31, 2023

Course Description

Course Profile

Geoinformatics technologies, which are developing rapidly, are finding increasing application in many areas of life. Consequently, the demand for high-level professionals in this field is also growing.

Our course pays particular attention to the implementation of modern remote sensing and geo-information techniques, as well as spatial planning to promote sustainable urban and rural development. Students gain competence in the organization and management of optical, aerial and UAV campaigns and the processing of imaging spectroscopy data to map and monitor natural ecosystems, artificial infrastructure as well as natural hazards. With us they will gain knowledge of databases containing spatial and non-spatial data, data management, handling large databases and query optimization techniques.

This is therefore a course of study for those interested in both technical issues and natural sciences. Candidates for registration on this MSc course must first hold at least a Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent).

Upon successful completion of the course, participants may find better job prospects in: the fast-growing Geoinformatics industry, agencies and companies involved in the acquisition, management and analysis of spatial data, public and private sectors in the European and global market.

Main modules

Environmental processes: to understand basic environmental processes and use GIS tools for characterizing them

Technical and social aspects:   to possess the knowledge about technical infrastructure of rural and urban areas and  settlements modeling of environmental processes and economic aspects of spatial management

Geo-information and Earth observation systems: to apply modern geoinformation and remote sensing techniques for mapping and monitoring the natural environment, risk management, and protection of natural resources

Education Requirements

BSc in:

Environmental protection

Environmental engineering


Spatial management

or related courses

Other Requirements

Please note: these are full-time studies and students are required to attend lectures at the University campus.


Poznań University of Life Sciences

28 Wojska Polskiego St.

60-637 Poznań, Poland

MSc Studies phone: +48 61 846 6716, WhatsApp +48 517 340 910, e-mail:


Poznań University of Life Sciences


Poznań University of Life Sciences

28 Wojska Polskiego St.

60-637 Poznań, Poland,



MSc Studies phone: +48 61 846 6716, WhatsApp +48 517 340 910, e-mail:

Erasmus+ Programme phone: +48 61 846 6194, e-mail:

PULS Doctoral School phone: +48 61 846 6195, e-mail:

phone: 0048 61 846 6716; 0048 61 846 7011