Study content:

Geoinformatics solves geospatial problems with computer-based applications. The analysis, collection and visualisation of geodata and the digital processing of spatial information require specially trained experts who have in-depth knowledge of the problems that can arise at the interface between computer science and geography. Such experts are to be trained in the Bachelor's degree programme Geoinformatics. In addition to basic courses, the degree programme offers a variety of practice-oriented events and also teaches important soft skills such as teamwork, work organisation and project management.


Career prospects:

  • urban and regional planning
  • waste management
  • logistics
  • navigation and traffic
  • telecommunications
  • marketing and tourism
  • agriculture and forestry
  • landscape planning
  • disaster management
  • water and energy supply
  • insurance
About the degree programme
Degree programme: Geoinformatics
Official Designation: Geoinformatik
Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Study mode: Full-time
Language of instruction: German
Start of studies: winter semester, summer semester
Standard study duration: 6 semesters
Admission type: Open admission
Minimum German language skills: C 1
Please note: The winter semester is recommended for the start of the programme. The enrolment deadline will be published on our website: https://www.uni-aug… Introductory events take place closely before the start of the lecture period: https://www.uni-aug… Start of the lecture period: https://www.uni-aug…

Contact the study advisory service

Professor for Geoinformatics
Head of the Chair
Chair for Databases and Information Systems

Contact the examinations office

Marina Buschan
Degree Programmes of the Faculty of Applied Computer Sciences
Unit I/5: Examinations Office B
Christina Lutz
Degree Programmes of the Faculty of Applied Computer Sciences
Unit I/5: Examinations Office B