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GeoVisual Design - Geomatics

with integrated professional training, dual system, including practical semester, full time

  • Bachelor of Engineering


  • 7 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • München


  • expired (Germans and inhabitants)

    expired (EU), expired (Non-EU)

Overview and admission

Study Type


Admission semester

Winter Semester only

Area of study
  • Media Technology
  • Media Design
  • Geography
  • Geoecology
  • Geoinformatics
  • Design

Visual Design, Geovisualisation, 3D-Modelling, Geoscience and Geoinformation, Project Management, Sustainability, Media Informatics, Data Visualisation, Interaction Design, Cartography


The bachelor's degree programme Cartography|Geomedia Technology does particular justice to today's information society, which is characterised by digital media, as it offers an unusually broad education tailored to these needs. The combination of cartographic design methods with geomedical content is unique in this form in the German-speaking world and represents a special characteristic of the programme. This variety of visualisation possibilities requires a sound education in cartographic production methods and cartographic design as well as a confident handling of the media-technical requirements and quality features of a cartographic visualisation, because today, up to the 3D model, video clip or GeoApp, the most different media can be part of a geovisualisation. Cartography and geomedia technology are thus the two key qualifications for visualising spatially related data in a contemporary way, while ensuring that the interaction between cartographic design and media technology presentation and functional diversity works. 3D & virtual reality, interaction design, media design, environmental issues and the development of apps are skills that are in great demand and are taught during the course of the degree course, opening up a broad, innovative professional field for graduates. The Bachelor's degree programme Cartography|Geomedia Technology is practice-oriented. Graduates of the programme are experts for geoinformation and develop, design and realise products and processes or workflows in the wide spectrum of geodata processing, visualisation and geodata management. Interactive media are a matter of course. You work in public administration, in private cartography companies, in the geoinformation or media industry or are self-employed. Greater Munich is particularly recommended here as a leading location for the geoinformation and media industry in Germany.

Admission modus

open admission

Admission requirements (Link)

Lecture period
  • 04.10.2022 - 25.01.2023
  • 15.03.2023 - 07.07.2023

Application deadlines

Winter semester (2022/2023)
  • Application deadline for Germans and inhabitants


  • Deadlines for International Students from the European Union


  • Deadlines for international students from countries that are not members of the European Union


  • Enrollment deadline for Germans and foreign students


Languages of instruction

Main language


International office

International Office

Student advisory service

Abteilung Studium / Sachgebiet Beratung
Lothstraße 34
089 / 1265-1121
089 / 1265-1949

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    expired (EU)
    expired (Non-EU)


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