UNIGIS Amsterdam – Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

/UNIGIS Amsterdam – Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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About the UNIGIS Institution:

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam: looking further

Ever since it was founded in 1880, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has been known for its distinctive approach to knowledge. VU is an open organization, strongly linked to people and society. Within the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, the Spatial Information Lab (SPINLab) coordinates the UNIGIS Amsterdam study programmes.

What does UNIGIS Amsterdam have to offer?

The UNIGIS Amsterdam Programme offers ample opportunities for professionals to acquire knowledge and skills in the field of GIS, within their existing organisation as well as to increase job mobility. The part-time distance-learning programmes on academic Master-level combine well with work and private life. In short:

  •     Part-time study, combines well with your work: about 10 hours a week of study
  •     Distance-learning: studying through the internet. Only one week per year, in June, presence is required at the VU campus in Amsterdam
  •     Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma Programmes
  •     Master of Science (MSc.) Programme
  •     A modular course structure with freedom of choice in study material
  •     FREE GIS-software (an Educational license of ArcGIS and GeoMedia)
  •     FREE and unlimited access to ESRI’s Virtual Campus
  •     The right to buy software at student rates through Surfspot.nl

Our students

Our students can be found applying their knowledge and training as technicians, researchers, lecturers, surveyors, marketers, managers and in many other positions. Students have found the course to open new horizons not only in the boundaries of their current employment, but also beyond.

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