Type: 
University of Technology
Region: 
Dolnośląskie
Programme: 
Geoinformation Science, Earth Observation and Spatial Management
Area: 
Technological sciences
Level: 
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
Duration: 
4 semesters
Tuition fee: 
non EU/EFTA students 2000 EUR tuition fee per semester, EU/EFTA students no tuition fee
Degree awarded: 
Master
Scholarships available: 
Based on merit
Application deadline: 
Monday, 30 November, 2020
Language: 
EN
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 1 February, 2021
Credits (ECTS): 
120
Admission requirements: 
Requirements: The program is meant for bachelors in mining and geology as well as bachelors in geodesy and cartography or related engineering disciplines. Each application is assessed individually on its merits. If in doubt, please contact the Admission Officer.
 
»» Deadline for application: Non EU/EFTA students see: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl; EU/EFTA students see: www.rekrutacja.pwr.edu.pl
»» English: Equivalent of minimum TOEFL IBT – 87 points or 6.5 points IELTS. List of accepted language certificates can be checked online
»» Application fee: Non EU/EFTA students see: www.admission.pwr.edu.pl; EU/EFTA students see: www.rekrutacja.pwr.edu.pl
 
Description: 

Field of study: Mining and Geology

Specialization: Geomatic for Mineral Resource Management

Geomatics for Mineral Resource Management focuses on the process of resource modelling and mine management. Students will be taught in a variety of subjects related to the field mining and mineral resources. This includes financial, environmental, political as well as the legal aspects of national and international mining projects. In addition, to the standard courses taught by staff from partner universities and industry experts, massive open online courses (MOOC’s) are offered for the students. The MOOC’s consist of a series of web videos, which cover the content of an individual course. 
The educational content focuses on the pillars: (1) Sensing technologies for mine data gathering, (2) Spatial (big) data management and visualization and (3) Spatial (big) data analysis and modelling. The aim of the programme is to enable students to integrate these three pillars into innovative Geomonitoring concepts. 
Students, who decide on the specialisation Geomatics for Mineral Resource Management, are, on default, set to study 4 semesters at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (1st and 4th semester) and TU Bergakademie Freiberg in Germany (2nd and 3rd semester) and are going to graduate with a double MSc diploma. 
 
SEMESTER 1 (WUST) 
» Principles and Application of InSAR and GIS in mining 
» Computer Aided Geological Modelling & Geostatistics 
» Project Management, Appraisal and Risk Evaluation 
» Engineering Geophysics 
» Integrated Analysis of Deformations in Geomechanical Engineering 
» Occupational Health and Safety 
» Foreign language 
» Elective course
 
SEMESTER 2 (TUBAF) 
» Applied Remote Sensing in Geosciences 
» Underground Mine Surveying 
» Geomonitoring 
» Operations Management 
» Geomodelling – Geostatistics for Natural Resource Modelling 
» Foreign language
 
SEMESTER 3 (TUBAF) 
» Special Topics Geokinematics 
» Applied Spatial Data Analysis and Modelling - Case Study 
» Geomatics for Mineral Resource and Reserve Management 
» Reclamation 
» Human Resources Management & Organizational Behaviour 
» Elective courses
 
SEMESTER 4 (WUST) 
» Master Thesis 
» Diploma Seminar
 
JOB PROSPECTS
The graduate of this master program will be prepared to work in an international and multicultural environment in mining and exploration companies, technical supervision authorities, public administration offices, research and development institutions, everywhere advanced and state of the art interdisciplinary knowledge spanning mining and geology, computer aided design, geomatics.

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