the application deadline for the international M.Sc. program EAGLE “applied Earth Observation and Geoanalysis of the Living Environment”  is approaching.

Application for the upcoming winter term are accepted until May 15th.

More details on the application process at http://www.eagle-science.org/apply

EAGLE is an international English language M.Sc. program offered at the
University of Würzburg, Germany. It is focusing on Applied Earth Observation
and Geoanalysis of the environment. The goal of EAGLE is to strengthen the
practical use of applied Earth Observation in research, planning, and decision
making, and to unlock the full potential of remote sensing data analyses in your
desired field of application.

http://eagle-science.org

EAGLE lectures, seminars, and practicals provide in depth methodological
knowledge and practical skills, and additionally provide a comprehensive
overview of the range of remote sensing applications. The potential of Earth
Observation data analyses for research on and management of forest-, agro-, or
coastal ecosystems or the urban sphere – to name only a few examples – will be
illuminated. Please browse through our courses in order to get a good overview
of content and aims.

EAGLE students are subsequently encouraged to further develop and deepen their
knowledge and skills tailored to their personal interests during internships and
innovation laboratories at international partner institutions of the EAGLE
network

The EAGLE study program is a joint initiative of the Institute of Geography and
Geology at the University of Würzburg, led by the Department of Remote
Sensing in collaboration with the Earth Observation Center at the German
Aerospace Center (DLR-EOC). The courses are taught in English by a team of
internationally recognized researchers from diverse backgrounds.

The accredited (120 ECTS) University degree is open for students from a variety
of disciplines such as geography, geology, hydrology, ecology, biology, and
other fields in environmental sciences and studies.

for more details please visit: http://www.eagle-science.org