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Application and Deadlines

Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics

Admission Requirements  <<

  • Bachelor
    in Civil Engineering, Geodesy, Geography, Agriculture, Forestry or corresponding degrees of other professions applying geodata or spatial related technologies
  • English Language
    Verification of proficiency is required (e.g. by TOEFL 550 or equivalent proof)
  • Professional Experience
    2 years of competent experience are recommended

Detailed information: Regulation of Admissions Procedures

Important Dates and Application Deadlines  <<

  • Application Deadlines 2020
    April 15, 2020 for applicants from NON-EU countries
    July 15, 2020 for applicants from EU countries
  • Deadlines for DAAD Application 2020
    October 1, 2019 Closing date for DAAD Application at the University of Applied Sciences in Stuttgart (for the academic year 2020/2021) - very hard deadline is October 15, 2019 - closed! -

Further deadlines for scholarships >>

Download Application Documents  <<

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Tuition and Fees  <<

The enrolment fee amounts to Euro 188,60 for each semester.

Attention: The state government of Baden-Württemberg has introduced study fees of Euro 1500,- per semester for international students coming from non EU-Countries starting from winter semester 2017/18.
According to an additional statutory regulation (Verordnung des Wissenschaftsministeriums über die Befreiung von Studiengebühren für Internationale Studierende) international students who are studying in a course funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in its program of Development-related master's degree courses (EPOS), like the course Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics, are exempted from the study fees if they

  • (a) receive a scholarship from the DAAD or
  • (b) have the nationality of a signatory country of the Partnership Agreement 2000/483 / EC between the members of the group of States in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific Ocean on the one hand and the European Community on the other hand, signed in Cotonou on 23 June 2000 (known as ACP countries) or
  • (c) have the nationality of a State which, according to the list of the United Nations, is one of the least developed countries.