Due to the measures taken by TU Berlin to reduce the spread of the corona virus, the summer semester 2020 will start on 20.04.2020 not as classroom teaching but as online courses.
Many course materials will be made available via the ISIS system, so we would like to ask you to register on ISIS in time for the courses of the summer semester. Registration is also very important so that we can inform you about dates for video conferences, chat forums or other types of events.
Despite the difficult circumstances, we wish you a good start into the new semester and hope to see you healthy again at TU Berlin in a few weeks.
We advise you to follow the specific information  on studying in general and examinations in Summer Semester 2020 at TU Berlin as well as the latest news from the TU Berlin Crisis Committee regularly.
Please keep informed regularly as the current situation is unpredictable and may be subject to continuous changes.
Education in Geodesy and Geoinformation Science
By resolution of the committees of TU Berlin, it has been
decided to replace the diploma course „Surveying“ by the master
program for the research area of Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
In order to be internationally competitive, the english speaking
master course „ M. Sc. Geodesy and Geoinformation Science“ was
developed. The first generation of students were matriculated in
winter term 2006/2007. Most of them have graduated in 2009 after five
semesters - in average.
The master program is addressed to national and international applicants with a former academical degree (i.e. Bachelor, Diploma), who wants to be qualified for leading positions in:
Geo Information Technology
Space Geodesy and Navigation
Engineering Surveying and Estimation Theory
Computer Vision and Remote Sensing
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The programme on "M.Sc. Geodesy and Geoinformation
Science" was accredited in 2008 by german ASIIN and the european
Originally, the master programme could not be categorized as consecutive by accreditation committee, due to the missing bachelor offer for Geodesy and Geoinformation Science of TU Berlin and the fact that students with non-geodetic background could apply for the course. Based on the selection procedure and the proximity to related disciplines like Cartography, Geography and Informatics, the master progam finally have been evaluated to be consecutive and research oriented.
Dean of Studies
Head of the Programme of
Studies on "M.Sc. Geodesy and Geoinformation Science" is
the Dean of Studies:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Neitzel
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