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UNIGIS is a global network of universities

UNIGIS students

4.000 active students | 10.000 alumni

500 students starting annually

 

UNIGIS now has thousands of alumni worldwide, and more than 500 new students starting with one of our programmes each year.

This bears testimony to the increasing demand for professionals in the geospatial domains, and to the sustained attractiveness of UNIGIS qualifications for careers in these fields.

A selection of alumni from around the world speak about their experience and success with UNIGIS.

Chris Needham
“With a lifelong passion for geography, UNIGIS enabled me to further my education in my specific area of interest. The comprehensive curriculum covered both theoretical and technical aspects of GIS and distance learning allowed me to fit studying around my full time employment.”
Chris Needham – UNIGIS UK (MSc) , IT Resource Manager, Thompsons Solicitors
Andreas Runge
“I can warmly recommend the UNIGIS programme to anyone who wants to advance his/her education in Geoinformatics and have a flexible time management . Throughout my entire studies I was always supported by professional and experienced faculty and my fellow students.”
Andreas Runge - UNIGIS Salzburg (MSc)
Rocío Blas Morato
“UNIGIS has meant to me a qualitative and quantitative change in the way of understanding the Geographic Information Systems and virtual teaching. The UNIGIS experience has given me the knowledge and and skills that complement my training and have been decisive in my professional development.”
Rocío Blas Morato - UNIGIS Girona (MSc), University Professor
Marzena Szkudlarek
“In my opinion UNIGIS is a modern and effective way of studying focused on training and up-to-date technology and ideas. As a geologist I was especially interested in geostatistics and spatial analysis. I’ve improved my skills in GIS software operating and got new knowledge of project management which is very useful for me.”
Marzena Szkudlarek – UNIGIS Poland (Msc), PGE Turow Lignite Mine, Poland