Universiteit Twente Erasmus Mundus

Welcome to the GEM MSc web site!

In this fully taught in English course you will learn about environmental systems, their components and interactions with society, as well as become qualified in the rapidly expanding field of geo-information science. The alumni from our MSc Course in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation for Environmental Modelling and Management (GEM) have all found relevant and exciting work opportunities in the application of spatial science and information within government, the private sector and NGOs. Our MSc course has been selected for a second 5 year cycle of European Union funding support, allowing us to continue to offer prestigious scholarships to outstanding candidates from the EU, as well as non-EU countries. The GEM team hopes that you can find all the information you require about the opportunities offered by this course from EU universities in Iceland, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden and UK, as well as our partner university in Australia. If you have any other questions, or cannot find answers online, please contact the GEM course secretary Laura Windig at gem-msc-itc@utwente.nl. We look forward to hearing from you!

Professor Andrew Skidmore

GEM Programme Coordinator

Latest news

Internship Australia, experiences of Toni Henwood, GEM 2014-...July 06, 2016Internship Australia, experiences of Toni Henwood, GEM 2014-...
Toni went to Australia together with Luminita last year. Here you will find her story...
3 Months DownunderJune 29, 20163 Months Downunder
Read this nice report from one of our GEM students who went to Australia in 2015
November 13, 2015We are now inviting applications for the GEM course 2016
For the academic year starting in August/September 2016, we are pleased to announce that candidates may now apply for the GEM (Geo-information Science and Earth Observation for Environmental Modelling and Management) MSc course 2016-2018
September 03, 2015GEM MSc Applications 2016-2018
We expect our application database to be open from October 2015 to apply for the GEM MSc course 2016-2018.