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GIMA's Tim Tensen in the spotlight

GIMA student Tim Tensen did his internship for GIMA at Nederland van Boven (The Netherlands from Above). His work there helped create the GIS-input used in this video. Have a ...

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GIMA has a new website

We proudly present to you: GIMA's new website! We have taken care to include as much information we thought you would be looking for. So if you're missing any information ...

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Application deadline approaching!

The deadline for Dutch and EU/EEA (European) candidates is approaching fast. So if you're thinking about starting GIMA in September 2014, apply before it's too late. Make sure you have ...

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GIMA students 2013 - 2014

Upcoming master information events

If you're interested in GIMA and want to learn more, come talk to us at these information events! Although all the master events preceding September 2014 have unfortunately all passed, ...

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GIMA's Tim Tensen in the spotlight

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GIMA has a new website

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Application deadline approaching!

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Upcoming master information events

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Read the full introduction

MSc GIMA is a two-year Master's program (parttime & fulltime mode), helping you become an all-round manager, researcher and/or application specialist in the field of geo-information.

Prospects for GIMA graduates

Career outlook is one of the important factors that weigh in when picking an MSc., especially in the current economic climate. Prospects for GIMA students are very positive, read why!

Are you GIMA material?

Wonder if GIMA is the MSc. for you? We've listed some general qualities that describe the sort of students we're looking for, as well as the entry requirements for the program.

Start your application now!

Want to start in September 2014 and can't wait to apply? Start the process now! (this link will take you to the Utrecht University website with the step-by-step procedure)