A minimum of 180 credits is required to obtain the MSc (Applied Geoinformatics) Coursework degree, made up of coursework (110 credits) and a research component (90 credits).
- Relevant BScHons (or equivalent) degree
- A cumulative weighted average of at least 65% for the honours degree
- An admission examination may be required
- A CV with contactable references may be required
Note: Additional modules may be required in order to reach the desired standard
Other programme-specific information
Candidates are required to familiarise themselves with the General Regulations regarding the maximum period of registration and other requirements for master’s degrees.
Promotion to next study year
As long as progress is satisfactory, renewal of the registration of a master’s student will be accepted for the second year of the study. Registration for a third and subsequent years will only take place when the Student Administration of the Faculty receives a written motivation that is supported by the head of department and Postgraduate Studies Committee.
Pass with distinction
The MSc degree is conferred with distinction to candidates who obtain a final average mark of at least 75%, with a minimum of 65% in each module, and a mark of at least 75% for the mini-dissertation.