Geoinformatics and Changing Cities – Exchange Modules for Graduate Studies

Urban regions are the main drivers of innovation and economic growth, and arenas for social and environmental challenges of contemporary society.

The exchange module facilitates enhancement in urban planning theory and practice, as well as developing knowledge and skills in geoinformatics and spatial analysis methods, to prepare top-level professionals who analyse, plan and govern our living environment. During the studies, students examine topics such as land use change, urbanisation, sustainable development, climate change, migration, information and communications technology (ICT).

We provide courses in English throughout the year – ca 50 ECTS during the autumn semester and ca 40 ECTS during the spring semester.

Please visit also the website of our international master programme “Geoinformatics for Urbanised Society”.
To learn more about the courses we offer please visit Courses/Teaching staff page.

Geography: Geoinformatics and Changing Cities Brochure

Programme Director: Janika Raun,

Module co-ordinators: Prof. Tiit Tammaru

ERASMUS co-ordinator: Kadi Kalm,

Department of Geography, University of Tartu, Vanemuise 46-243, 51003, Tartu, Estonia

Phone: +372 737 5968

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