(updated at May 2022)
English Version: gisphere.github.io
English Version (GitHub Repository): GitHub
Chinese Version (Official Website): www.gisphere.net
See how to contribute, edit, and provide more information: A Guide for Contribution
This guide was launched in September 2019, and the latest update time is April 2022. We aim to provide timely and comprehensive information of global graduate-level programs in geographic information sciences (GIS)-related fields (e.g., remote sensing, urban studies, other subfields in geography). Authors of this guide are from GIS-related programs, being either current graduate students, recent alumni, or young faculties. We mainly provide first-hand information about GIS-related programs and potential supervisors. We hope this guide can help those who are seeking graduate school opportunities in GIS.
GISphere guide is one key product of the GISphere project. GISphere is a voluntary project started by a group of Chinese young scholars who study GIScience worldwide. GISphere is devoted to bridging the digital and information gap for students who are in geography-related majors and help them to access the most up-to-date information on M.S./Ph.D. opportunities, funding availabilities, webinars, and competitions globally. Our Chinese version website (www.gisphere.net) has achieved great success in China. We have published over 150 blogs with the support of more than 200 volunteers. More than 5,000 students and teachers have been benefited from our community. We hope the English version website can help more students for applying GIS-related programs (e.g., remote sensing, urban studies, other subfields in geography) around the world.
Due to the time constraint, there might be some typo in this guide. We welcome all kinds of corrections, suggestions, and feedback. Please feel free to leave a message on our GitHub project or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would appreciate it if you could star, share, and disseminate this project!
We thank all those who contributed to this guide！ This guide will be frequently updated in the future. We hope more people can join us to develop and maintain this project. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
For a more comprehensive information regarding GIS programs in North America, please refer to AAG Geography Program for more information.
To date, we have summarized more than 400 GIS-related programs in more than 70 countries or regions across the world. More information about the GIS programs are updated frequently.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Central Asia and Caucasus
Benin - coming soon
New site coming soon: https://gisphere.info