Copernicus Master in Digital Earth – CDE is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) Programme, co-funded under the Erasmus+ Programme for the period October 1, 2018 – September 30, 2024.
The joint Master of Science study programme will start in the academic year 2019/2020. 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 at one of the partner universities, 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.
At the time of application for admission, candidates select and prioritize at least one Specalization Track:
GeoData Science at UNIVERSITY of SOUTH BRITTANY or Geovisualization & Geocommunication at PALACKY UNIVERSITY OLOMOUC.
Admission to Copernicus Master in Digital Earth – CDE requires a qualification based selection process. The same procedure shall apply for Self-Funded Students and Erasmus+ Funded Students. The CDE Master of Science Programme shall be open to any student fulfilling specific academic requirements. For Erasmus+ scholarship applicants additional Erasmus+ scholarship eligibility rules apply as set by EACEA. Please refer to the study programmes’ website for further information.
Joint Programme Coordinator: Josef Strobl, Professor for Geoinformatics, Head of Department of Geoinformatics – Z_GIS www.zgis.at , University of Salzburg