MSc track Geoscience and Remote Sensing (GRS)

Our Earth is changing, in particular due to the growing world population, urbanisation, land use, and climate change. How will this affect our daily life, and how can we improve our understanding of the underlying processes? We need more and better information to answer such questions.  How can advanced technology, such as satellites and remote sensing, be combined with state-of-the-art modeling tools, to give us the understanding that we need to make the right decisions for the future? These are only a few questions that form the basis of the MSc track Geoscience and Remote Sensing (GRS).

If you have interest in atmospheric sciences, natural geophysics, climate change, geodesy, or any other geo-science related topic, and consider a career in those high-profile disciplines, you may want to consider this MSc track. Depending on your background, interest and career perspectives, the program will lead  to a diploma either in Civil Engineering or Applied Earth Sciences.





Remote Sensing

The importance of space for the Netherlands 

This movie shows from different angles that everybody, whether consciously or not, is engaged in aerospace(in Dutch).


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