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Dedicated staff with a diverse range of expertise

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Project services are an important activity of ITC and consist of four components: I Institutional development I Advisory services I Contract research I Contract education

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For more information: International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) Hengelosestraat 99 Postbus 6 7500 AA Enschede The Netherlands Tel: +31 (0) 53 487 44 44 Fax: +31 (0) 53 487 44 00 E-mail: pr@itc.nl Internet: www.itc.nl

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Facts and Figures 2008 offers a selection of data for the year concerned.

ITC employs 268 staff members (240 fte), representing 25 nationalities. Twenty percent of the staff members have a nationality other than Dutch.

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Geo-information Processing

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Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-information Management

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Natural Resources

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Advisory services

Contract research

Contract education

Water Resources Earth Systems Analysis

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A positive result of e 1,078,000 was foreseen in the 2008 budget. This result was to be reserved for maintaining an adequate level of student housing. In the event, the definitive 2008 result was e 1,707,000, because the budgets for housing, research and the ITC Capacity Building Programme were underspent.

2008

Turnover

ITC’s project services are geared to solving problems of developing countries and emerging economies. A second aim is the generation of income to help ITC in accomplishing its mission to support development. Project services are carried out in relation to all of ITC’s research themes (see section on research) and their main focus is capacity building and the development and application of new technology.

To accommodate the rapidly changing demand for capacity building and institutional strengthening, ITC offers a flexible package of training and project services tailored to the needs of its clientele in terms of content, duration and location.

Financial overview 2007 and 2008 (x e 1,000)

2007

2008

Basic subsidy Tuition fees Turnover projects Miscellaneous

22,861 1,761 4,363 2,016

23,551 2,065 5,861 1,760

Total income

31,001

33,237

Salaries, social security Depreciation Other costs

17,250 1,914 10,764

17,296 2,069 12,165

Total expenses

29,927

31,530

1,074

1,707

Income:

Expenditure:

ITC’s main clients are development cooperation agencies, multilateral organisations, international financing institutions, national and local governments, NGOs and private companies.

Operational result

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Introduction The International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation was established in 1950 and is usually referred to as ITC because of its original name, the International Training Centre for Aerial Survey. Based in Enschede, in the east of the Netherlands, it is the largest institute of international higher education in the country.

Knowledge field Geo-information science and earth observation consists of a combination of tools and methods for the collection, storage and processing of geospatial data, and for the dissemination and use of these data and of services based on these data. ITC provides tools that can support the processes of planning and decision making for sustainable development and the alleviation of poverty in emerging economies. By means of postgraduate education, research and project services, ITC’s activities contribute to capacity building and institutional development in emerging countries and countries

e

esearch

Geo-information management, worldwide and innovative

ducation

Multidisciplinary and problem oriented

that are economically and/or technologically less advanced.

Organisation The Institute is managed by a Directorate headed by a rector and a director for external affairs. Three bureaus manage the core processes of education, research and project services, which are executed by staff of the six scientific departments covering ITC’s knowledge field. As of 1 January 2010, ITC will be a faculty (with special status) of the University of Twente (UT). The merger will be implemented in a way that preserves the distinctive character and mission of ITC.

Interlinked research themes

Our courses

Education at ITC

The Institute carries out research within the framework of a coherent research programme that addresses specific problem fields in geo-information science and earth observation. In order to ensure that new knowledge and innovation in space and resource management and in the provision of geospatial data lead to societal benefits, the programme is formulated as a number of interlinked research themes. In 2008 a new research theme was introduced: Governance and integrated spatial assessment.

Over the years, ITC has developed a wide selection of courses in its degree, diploma and certificate programmes in geo-information science and earth observation. These courses are offered in the Netherlands, online and abroad by ITC itself or by ITC in collaboration with reputable qualified education organisations (joint courses).

• One of the world’s foremost education and research establishments in the field of geo-information science and earth observation • Dedicated scientific staff with a diverse range of expertise • A unique programme structure • Flexible modular education programmes to meet your individual training needs

• A personal approach • State-of-the-art facilities • Close links with Dutch universities in the field of MSc and PhD research • Enschede, modern comfortable accommodation in a friendly atmosphere

Our students

processes. The majority of these participants are professionals in their respective fields, with prior academic training and (usually) professional experience.

Research themes

Number of academic publications

• Biodiversity in fragmenting landscapes

Type of publication

• Carbon cycle and climate change • Disaster management • Earth systems science • Food security and environmental sustainability • Governance and integrated spatial assessment • Informed multilevel governance of urban regions • Land administration for informed governance

76 18 46 1 7

124

148

Within the context of each theme, research is carried out by a group led by one of ITC’s professors. Each group typically comprises several expert staff members and a number of graduate students carrying out research for a PhD degree within the framework of the ITC Graduate programme. The total number of registrants in the Graduate programme at the end of 2008 was 114. In 2008, seven doctoral candidates successfully defended a doctoral thesis.

quality • Sustainable urban-regional dynamics

• 9 degree courses, 7 diploma courses, 16 short courses,

67 17 28 12

Graduate programme

• Stochastic methods for image mining and data

• 511 degrees/diplomas/certificates awarded

Total

2008

• Spatial data infrastructure technology tion

• 1968 students, 1574 newly registered

Peer-reviewed articles in ISI journals Other refereed journal articles Chapters in books Books PhD theses

2007

• Managing water scarcity • Spatio-temporal data integration and visualisa-

Key figures

A multicultural environment

4 refresher courses, 15 joint education courses,

• Topographic mapping

9 distance education courses, 49 tailor-made courses

• Water cycle and climate

Programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation Degree programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation • Master of Science (MSc) degree programme • Master degree programme Diploma programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation • Postgraduate diploma programme (PGD) • Undergraduate diploma programme Certificate programmes • Certificate course programme and individual modules • Distance education programme • Refresher programme Graduate programme

ITC’s degree programmes are legally recognised in the Netherlands and are accredited by the Netherlands Flemish Accreditation Organisation. Eight courses are offered in the degree and diploma programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation: • Applied Earth Sciences (MSc, PGD) • Environmental Modelling and Management (MSc) • Geoinformatics (MSc, Master, PGD, Undergraduate diploma) • Governance and Spatial Information Management (MSc) • Land Administration (MSc, PGD) • Natural Resources Management (MSc, Master, PGD) • Urban Planning and Management (MSc, PGD) • Water Resources and Environmental Management (MSc, PGD)

• Department of Geo-information Processing • Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-information Management • Department of Natural Resources • Department of Water Resources

© ITC’s contribution to the UNU mission ITC is an associated institution of the United Nations University (UNU). The cooperation between ITC and the United Nations University is directed at developing and carrying out joint programmes on Capacity Building in Disaster Management and on Land Administration, and at disseminating knowledge on these and directly related issues.

• Department of Earth Systems Analysis

The programme activities are accommodated in two schools: • School for Disaster Geo-Information Management • School for Land Administration Studies UN

Degree/diploma programme Degree/diploma joint education Short courses/modules/other at ITC Distance education Contract education at ITC Contract education on site/refresher courses

Joint research agreements

Education partnerships

Financing

The Institute strives to carry out research in conjunction with partners who contribute complementary scientific expertise and/or are confronted with scientific problems that fall within the context of the mission of the Institute. To this end, the Institute pursues and has entered into a range of research agreements with partners. The resulting agreements range from general principles such as memoranda of understanding and framework agreements (22) to partnership agreements supporting specified PhD students (34).

To address the increasing demand for flexibility in education, ITC has entered into partnerships with reputable organisations and universities in different countries. Current partnerships have been expanded and intensified within the Netherlands, within Europe (Sweden, the UK and Poland) and within other continents. Part or all of a course accredited by ITC is conducted by these organisations. In this way the ITC education programme contributes to human resources development within production organisations and education and academic institutes. Outside Europe, joint programmes have already been implemented in Bolivia, China (Wuhan, Xian), Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, and Tanzania. In 2008 a new course started in Ghana.

NFP fellowships DGIS project fellowships Multilateral and national organisations Students financed from other sources*

Joint research agreements have already been implemented in Argentina, Bolivia, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Kenya, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Tanzania and the UK. In 2008 the Institute implemented new agreements in Brazil, Ethiopia, India, the Netherlands and South Africa.

Our Hope for Humankind

• • • • • •

Number of students Academically acceptable applications ITC degrees/diplomas/certificates awarded Registrants for the Graduate programme

Scientific departments • Department of Earth Observation Science

Students newly registered

PGD = 9 months; Diploma = 9 months)

• 32 advisory projects • 240 staff fte, which includes 18 professors

Student statistics

Data on student numbers

(MSc = 18 months; Master = 12 months;

• 114 registrants for the Graduate programme

Since its foundation, more than 19,000 students from over 170 countries have completed ITC courses. The origins and backgrounds of ITC course participants have a significant influence on the education

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*This includes students financed by their own government, university or employer or by ITC

ITC has built up an extensive network of international contacts, in which former students take a prominent position. ITC assigns great importance to updating the knowledge and skills of its alumni and therefore regularly organises refresher courses and special short training programmes both in the Netherlands and abroad. ITC also supports its former students by providing access to library services, the ITC newsletter, an e-mail address, digital communities and other facilities.

Education partnerships Joint research agreements

In 2008, together with a range of partners and financed by NUFFIC, ITC organised four refresher courses in Colombia, Mongolia, Pakistan and Uganda. To stimulate and maintain contacts between alumni, ITC assists in establishing ITC alumni associations and organises alumni gatherings in various countries/regions. In 2008 gatherings were organised in Canada, China, Ghana, India, Iran, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey and USA.

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Introduction The International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation was established in 1950 and is usually referred to as ITC because of its original name, the International Training Centre for Aerial Survey. Based in Enschede, in the east of the Netherlands, it is the largest institute of international higher education in the country.

Knowledge field Geo-information science and earth observation consists of a combination of tools and methods for the collection, storage and processing of geospatial data, and for the dissemination and use of these data and of services based on these data. ITC provides tools that can support the processes of planning and decision making for sustainable development and the alleviation of poverty in emerging economies. By means of postgraduate education, research and project services, ITC’s activities contribute to capacity building and institutional development in emerging countries and countries

e

esearch

Geo-information management, worldwide and innovative

ducation

Multidisciplinary and problem oriented

that are economically and/or technologically less advanced.

Organisation The Institute is managed by a Directorate headed by a rector and a director for external affairs. Three bureaus manage the core processes of education, research and project services, which are executed by staff of the six scientific departments covering ITC’s knowledge field. As of 1 January 2010, ITC will be a faculty (with special status) of the University of Twente (UT). The merger will be implemented in a way that preserves the distinctive character and mission of ITC.

Interlinked research themes

Our courses

Education at ITC

The Institute carries out research within the framework of a coherent research programme that addresses specific problem fields in geo-information science and earth observation. In order to ensure that new knowledge and innovation in space and resource management and in the provision of geospatial data lead to societal benefits, the programme is formulated as a number of interlinked research themes. In 2008 a new research theme was introduced: Governance and integrated spatial assessment.

Over the years, ITC has developed a wide selection of courses in its degree, diploma and certificate programmes in geo-information science and earth observation. These courses are offered in the Netherlands, online and abroad by ITC itself or by ITC in collaboration with reputable qualified education organisations (joint courses).

• One of the world’s foremost education and research establishments in the field of geo-information science and earth observation • Dedicated scientific staff with a diverse range of expertise • A unique programme structure • Flexible modular education programmes to meet your individual training needs

• A personal approach • State-of-the-art facilities • Close links with Dutch universities in the field of MSc and PhD research • Enschede, modern comfortable accommodation in a friendly atmosphere

Our students

processes. The majority of these participants are professionals in their respective fields, with prior academic training and (usually) professional experience.

Research themes

Number of academic publications

• Biodiversity in fragmenting landscapes

Type of publication

• Carbon cycle and climate change • Disaster management • Earth systems science • Food security and environmental sustainability • Governance and integrated spatial assessment • Informed multilevel governance of urban regions • Land administration for informed governance

76 18 46 1 7

124

148

Within the context of each theme, research is carried out by a group led by one of ITC’s professors. Each group typically comprises several expert staff members and a number of graduate students carrying out research for a PhD degree within the framework of the ITC Graduate programme. The total number of registrants in the Graduate programme at the end of 2008 was 114. In 2008, seven doctoral candidates successfully defended a doctoral thesis.

quality • Sustainable urban-regional dynamics

• 9 degree courses, 7 diploma courses, 16 short courses,

67 17 28 12

Graduate programme

• Stochastic methods for image mining and data

• 511 degrees/diplomas/certificates awarded

Total

2008

• Spatial data infrastructure technology tion

• 1968 students, 1574 newly registered

Peer-reviewed articles in ISI journals Other refereed journal articles Chapters in books Books PhD theses

2007

• Managing water scarcity • Spatio-temporal data integration and visualisa-

Key figures

A multicultural environment

4 refresher courses, 15 joint education courses,

• Topographic mapping

9 distance education courses, 49 tailor-made courses

• Water cycle and climate

Programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation Degree programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation • Master of Science (MSc) degree programme • Master degree programme Diploma programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation • Postgraduate diploma programme (PGD) • Undergraduate diploma programme Certificate programmes • Certificate course programme and individual modules • Distance education programme • Refresher programme Graduate programme

ITC’s degree programmes are legally recognised in the Netherlands and are accredited by the Netherlands Flemish Accreditation Organisation. Eight courses are offered in the degree and diploma programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation: • Applied Earth Sciences (MSc, PGD) • Environmental Modelling and Management (MSc) • Geoinformatics (MSc, Master, PGD, Undergraduate diploma) • Governance and Spatial Information Management (MSc) • Land Administration (MSc, PGD) • Natural Resources Management (MSc, Master, PGD) • Urban Planning and Management (MSc, PGD) • Water Resources and Environmental Management (MSc, PGD)

• Department of Geo-information Processing • Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-information Management • Department of Natural Resources • Department of Water Resources

© ITC’s contribution to the UNU mission ITC is an associated institution of the United Nations University (UNU). The cooperation between ITC and the United Nations University is directed at developing and carrying out joint programmes on Capacity Building in Disaster Management and on Land Administration, and at disseminating knowledge on these and directly related issues.

• Department of Earth Systems Analysis

The programme activities are accommodated in two schools: • School for Disaster Geo-Information Management • School for Land Administration Studies UN

Degree/diploma programme Degree/diploma joint education Short courses/modules/other at ITC Distance education Contract education at ITC Contract education on site/refresher courses

Joint research agreements

Education partnerships

Financing

The Institute strives to carry out research in conjunction with partners who contribute complementary scientific expertise and/or are confronted with scientific problems that fall within the context of the mission of the Institute. To this end, the Institute pursues and has entered into a range of research agreements with partners. The resulting agreements range from general principles such as memoranda of understanding and framework agreements (22) to partnership agreements supporting specified PhD students (34).

To address the increasing demand for flexibility in education, ITC has entered into partnerships with reputable organisations and universities in different countries. Current partnerships have been expanded and intensified within the Netherlands, within Europe (Sweden, the UK and Poland) and within other continents. Part or all of a course accredited by ITC is conducted by these organisations. In this way the ITC education programme contributes to human resources development within production organisations and education and academic institutes. Outside Europe, joint programmes have already been implemented in Bolivia, China (Wuhan, Xian), Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, and Tanzania. In 2008 a new course started in Ghana.

NFP fellowships DGIS project fellowships Multilateral and national organisations Students financed from other sources*

Joint research agreements have already been implemented in Argentina, Bolivia, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Kenya, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Tanzania and the UK. In 2008 the Institute implemented new agreements in Brazil, Ethiopia, India, the Netherlands and South Africa.

Our Hope for Humankind

• • • • • •

Number of students Academically acceptable applications ITC degrees/diplomas/certificates awarded Registrants for the Graduate programme

Scientific departments • Department of Earth Observation Science

Students newly registered

PGD = 9 months; Diploma = 9 months)

• 32 advisory projects • 240 staff fte, which includes 18 professors

Student statistics

Data on student numbers

(MSc = 18 months; Master = 12 months;

• 114 registrants for the Graduate programme

Since its foundation, more than 19,000 students from over 170 countries have completed ITC courses. The origins and backgrounds of ITC course participants have a significant influence on the education

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2008

207 113 222 11 125 923

232 171 179 71 59 652

220 168 198 137 168 834

250 180 185 90 123 746

2005

2006

2007

2008

1778 2354 627 50

1563 3261 555 66

2116 4171 421 96

1968 3507 511 114

2005

2006

2007

2008

147 73 3 362

187 5 36 1140

167 9 13 1536

168 2 72 1332

*This includes students financed by their own government, university or employer or by ITC

ITC has built up an extensive network of international contacts, in which former students take a prominent position. ITC assigns great importance to updating the knowledge and skills of its alumni and therefore regularly organises refresher courses and special short training programmes both in the Netherlands and abroad. ITC also supports its former students by providing access to library services, the ITC newsletter, an e-mail address, digital communities and other facilities.

Education partnerships Joint research agreements

In 2008, together with a range of partners and financed by NUFFIC, ITC organised four refresher courses in Colombia, Mongolia, Pakistan and Uganda. To stimulate and maintain contacts between alumni, ITC assists in establishing ITC alumni associations and organises alumni gatherings in various countries/regions. In 2008 gatherings were organised in Canada, China, Ghana, India, Iran, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey and USA.

(December 2008)

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Introduction The International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation was established in 1950 and is usually referred to as ITC because of its original name, the International Training Centre for Aerial Survey. Based in Enschede, in the east of the Netherlands, it is the largest institute of international higher education in the country.

Knowledge field Geo-information science and earth observation consists of a combination of tools and methods for the collection, storage and processing of geospatial data, and for the dissemination and use of these data and of services based on these data. ITC provides tools that can support the processes of planning and decision making for sustainable development and the alleviation of poverty in emerging economies. By means of postgraduate education, research and project services, ITC’s activities contribute to capacity building and institutional development in emerging countries and countries

e

esearch

Geo-information management, worldwide and innovative

ducation

Multidisciplinary and problem oriented

that are economically and/or technologically less advanced.

Organisation The Institute is managed by a Directorate headed by a rector and a director for external affairs. Three bureaus manage the core processes of education, research and project services, which are executed by staff of the six scientific departments covering ITC’s knowledge field. As of 1 January 2010, ITC will be a faculty (with special status) of the University of Twente (UT). The merger will be implemented in a way that preserves the distinctive character and mission of ITC.

Interlinked research themes

Our courses

Education at ITC

The Institute carries out research within the framework of a coherent research programme that addresses specific problem fields in geo-information science and earth observation. In order to ensure that new knowledge and innovation in space and resource management and in the provision of geospatial data lead to societal benefits, the programme is formulated as a number of interlinked research themes. In 2008 a new research theme was introduced: Governance and integrated spatial assessment.

Over the years, ITC has developed a wide selection of courses in its degree, diploma and certificate programmes in geo-information science and earth observation. These courses are offered in the Netherlands, online and abroad by ITC itself or by ITC in collaboration with reputable qualified education organisations (joint courses).

• One of the world’s foremost education and research establishments in the field of geo-information science and earth observation • Dedicated scientific staff with a diverse range of expertise • A unique programme structure • Flexible modular education programmes to meet your individual training needs

• A personal approach • State-of-the-art facilities • Close links with Dutch universities in the field of MSc and PhD research • Enschede, modern comfortable accommodation in a friendly atmosphere

Our students

processes. The majority of these participants are professionals in their respective fields, with prior academic training and (usually) professional experience.

Research themes

Number of academic publications

• Biodiversity in fragmenting landscapes

Type of publication

• Carbon cycle and climate change • Disaster management • Earth systems science • Food security and environmental sustainability • Governance and integrated spatial assessment • Informed multilevel governance of urban regions • Land administration for informed governance

76 18 46 1 7

124

148

Within the context of each theme, research is carried out by a group led by one of ITC’s professors. Each group typically comprises several expert staff members and a number of graduate students carrying out research for a PhD degree within the framework of the ITC Graduate programme. The total number of registrants in the Graduate programme at the end of 2008 was 114. In 2008, seven doctoral candidates successfully defended a doctoral thesis.

quality • Sustainable urban-regional dynamics

• 9 degree courses, 7 diploma courses, 16 short courses,

67 17 28 12

Graduate programme

• Stochastic methods for image mining and data

• 511 degrees/diplomas/certificates awarded

Total

2008

• Spatial data infrastructure technology tion

• 1968 students, 1574 newly registered

Peer-reviewed articles in ISI journals Other refereed journal articles Chapters in books Books PhD theses

2007

• Managing water scarcity • Spatio-temporal data integration and visualisa-

Key figures

A multicultural environment

4 refresher courses, 15 joint education courses,

• Topographic mapping

9 distance education courses, 49 tailor-made courses

• Water cycle and climate

Programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation Degree programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation • Master of Science (MSc) degree programme • Master degree programme Diploma programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation • Postgraduate diploma programme (PGD) • Undergraduate diploma programme Certificate programmes • Certificate course programme and individual modules • Distance education programme • Refresher programme Graduate programme

ITC’s degree programmes are legally recognised in the Netherlands and are accredited by the Netherlands Flemish Accreditation Organisation. Eight courses are offered in the degree and diploma programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation: • Applied Earth Sciences (MSc, PGD) • Environmental Modelling and Management (MSc) • Geoinformatics (MSc, Master, PGD, Undergraduate diploma) • Governance and Spatial Information Management (MSc) • Land Administration (MSc, PGD) • Natural Resources Management (MSc, Master, PGD) • Urban Planning and Management (MSc, PGD) • Water Resources and Environmental Management (MSc, PGD)

• Department of Geo-information Processing • Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-information Management • Department of Natural Resources • Department of Water Resources

© ITC’s contribution to the UNU mission ITC is an associated institution of the United Nations University (UNU). The cooperation between ITC and the United Nations University is directed at developing and carrying out joint programmes on Capacity Building in Disaster Management and on Land Administration, and at disseminating knowledge on these and directly related issues.

• Department of Earth Systems Analysis

The programme activities are accommodated in two schools: • School for Disaster Geo-Information Management • School for Land Administration Studies UN

Degree/diploma programme Degree/diploma joint education Short courses/modules/other at ITC Distance education Contract education at ITC Contract education on site/refresher courses

Joint research agreements

Education partnerships

Financing

The Institute strives to carry out research in conjunction with partners who contribute complementary scientific expertise and/or are confronted with scientific problems that fall within the context of the mission of the Institute. To this end, the Institute pursues and has entered into a range of research agreements with partners. The resulting agreements range from general principles such as memoranda of understanding and framework agreements (22) to partnership agreements supporting specified PhD students (34).

To address the increasing demand for flexibility in education, ITC has entered into partnerships with reputable organisations and universities in different countries. Current partnerships have been expanded and intensified within the Netherlands, within Europe (Sweden, the UK and Poland) and within other continents. Part or all of a course accredited by ITC is conducted by these organisations. In this way the ITC education programme contributes to human resources development within production organisations and education and academic institutes. Outside Europe, joint programmes have already been implemented in Bolivia, China (Wuhan, Xian), Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, and Tanzania. In 2008 a new course started in Ghana.

NFP fellowships DGIS project fellowships Multilateral and national organisations Students financed from other sources*

Joint research agreements have already been implemented in Argentina, Bolivia, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Kenya, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Tanzania and the UK. In 2008 the Institute implemented new agreements in Brazil, Ethiopia, India, the Netherlands and South Africa.

Our Hope for Humankind

• • • • • •

Number of students Academically acceptable applications ITC degrees/diplomas/certificates awarded Registrants for the Graduate programme

Scientific departments • Department of Earth Observation Science

Students newly registered

PGD = 9 months; Diploma = 9 months)

• 32 advisory projects • 240 staff fte, which includes 18 professors

Student statistics

Data on student numbers

(MSc = 18 months; Master = 12 months;

• 114 registrants for the Graduate programme

Since its foundation, more than 19,000 students from over 170 countries have completed ITC courses. The origins and backgrounds of ITC course participants have a significant influence on the education

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207 113 222 11 125 923

232 171 179 71 59 652

220 168 198 137 168 834

250 180 185 90 123 746

2005

2006

2007

2008

1778 2354 627 50

1563 3261 555 66

2116 4171 421 96

1968 3507 511 114

2005

2006

2007

2008

147 73 3 362

187 5 36 1140

167 9 13 1536

168 2 72 1332

*This includes students financed by their own government, university or employer or by ITC

ITC has built up an extensive network of international contacts, in which former students take a prominent position. ITC assigns great importance to updating the knowledge and skills of its alumni and therefore regularly organises refresher courses and special short training programmes both in the Netherlands and abroad. ITC also supports its former students by providing access to library services, the ITC newsletter, an e-mail address, digital communities and other facilities.

Education partnerships Joint research agreements

In 2008, together with a range of partners and financed by NUFFIC, ITC organised four refresher courses in Colombia, Mongolia, Pakistan and Uganda. To stimulate and maintain contacts between alumni, ITC assists in establishing ITC alumni associations and organises alumni gatherings in various countries/regions. In 2008 gatherings were organised in Canada, China, Ghana, India, Iran, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey and USA.

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Introduction The International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation was established in 1950 and is usually referred to as ITC because of its original name, the International Training Centre for Aerial Survey. Based in Enschede, in the east of the Netherlands, it is the largest institute of international higher education in the country.

Knowledge field Geo-information science and earth observation consists of a combination of tools and methods for the collection, storage and processing of geospatial data, and for the dissemination and use of these data and of services based on these data. ITC provides tools that can support the processes of planning and decision making for sustainable development and the alleviation of poverty in emerging economies. By means of postgraduate education, research and project services, ITC’s activities contribute to capacity building and institutional development in emerging countries and countries

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Geo-information management, worldwide and innovative

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Multidisciplinary and problem oriented

that are economically and/or technologically less advanced.

Organisation The Institute is managed by a Directorate headed by a rector and a director for external affairs. Three bureaus manage the core processes of education, research and project services, which are executed by staff of the six scientific departments covering ITC’s knowledge field. As of 1 January 2010, ITC will be a faculty (with special status) of the University of Twente (UT). The merger will be implemented in a way that preserves the distinctive character and mission of ITC.

Interlinked research themes

Our courses

Education at ITC

The Institute carries out research within the framework of a coherent research programme that addresses specific problem fields in geo-information science and earth observation. In order to ensure that new knowledge and innovation in space and resource management and in the provision of geospatial data lead to societal benefits, the programme is formulated as a number of interlinked research themes. In 2008 a new research theme was introduced: Governance and integrated spatial assessment.

Over the years, ITC has developed a wide selection of courses in its degree, diploma and certificate programmes in geo-information science and earth observation. These courses are offered in the Netherlands, online and abroad by ITC itself or by ITC in collaboration with reputable qualified education organisations (joint courses).

• One of the world’s foremost education and research establishments in the field of geo-information science and earth observation • Dedicated scientific staff with a diverse range of expertise • A unique programme structure • Flexible modular education programmes to meet your individual training needs

• A personal approach • State-of-the-art facilities • Close links with Dutch universities in the field of MSc and PhD research • Enschede, modern comfortable accommodation in a friendly atmosphere

Our students

processes. The majority of these participants are professionals in their respective fields, with prior academic training and (usually) professional experience.

Research themes

Number of academic publications

• Biodiversity in fragmenting landscapes

Type of publication

• Carbon cycle and climate change • Disaster management • Earth systems science • Food security and environmental sustainability • Governance and integrated spatial assessment • Informed multilevel governance of urban regions • Land administration for informed governance

76 18 46 1 7

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Within the context of each theme, research is carried out by a group led by one of ITC’s professors. Each group typically comprises several expert staff members and a number of graduate students carrying out research for a PhD degree within the framework of the ITC Graduate programme. The total number of registrants in the Graduate programme at the end of 2008 was 114. In 2008, seven doctoral candidates successfully defended a doctoral thesis.

quality • Sustainable urban-regional dynamics

• 9 degree courses, 7 diploma courses, 16 short courses,

67 17 28 12

Graduate programme

• Stochastic methods for image mining and data

• 511 degrees/diplomas/certificates awarded

Total

2008

• Spatial data infrastructure technology tion

• 1968 students, 1574 newly registered

Peer-reviewed articles in ISI journals Other refereed journal articles Chapters in books Books PhD theses

2007

• Managing water scarcity • Spatio-temporal data integration and visualisa-

Key figures

A multicultural environment

4 refresher courses, 15 joint education courses,

• Topographic mapping

9 distance education courses, 49 tailor-made courses

• Water cycle and climate

Programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation Degree programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation • Master of Science (MSc) degree programme • Master degree programme Diploma programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation • Postgraduate diploma programme (PGD) • Undergraduate diploma programme Certificate programmes • Certificate course programme and individual modules • Distance education programme • Refresher programme Graduate programme

ITC’s degree programmes are legally recognised in the Netherlands and are accredited by the Netherlands Flemish Accreditation Organisation. Eight courses are offered in the degree and diploma programmes in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation: • Applied Earth Sciences (MSc, PGD) • Environmental Modelling and Management (MSc) • Geoinformatics (MSc, Master, PGD, Undergraduate diploma) • Governance and Spatial Information Management (MSc) • Land Administration (MSc, PGD) • Natural Resources Management (MSc, Master, PGD) • Urban Planning and Management (MSc, PGD) • Water Resources and Environmental Management (MSc, PGD)

• Department of Geo-information Processing • Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-information Management • Department of Natural Resources • Department of Water Resources

© ITC’s contribution to the UNU mission ITC is an associated institution of the United Nations University (UNU). The cooperation between ITC and the United Nations University is directed at developing and carrying out joint programmes on Capacity Building in Disaster Management and on Land Administration, and at disseminating knowledge on these and directly related issues.

• Department of Earth Systems Analysis

The programme activities are accommodated in two schools: • School for Disaster Geo-Information Management • School for Land Administration Studies UN

Degree/diploma programme Degree/diploma joint education Short courses/modules/other at ITC Distance education Contract education at ITC Contract education on site/refresher courses

Joint research agreements

Education partnerships

Financing

The Institute strives to carry out research in conjunction with partners who contribute complementary scientific expertise and/or are confronted with scientific problems that fall within the context of the mission of the Institute. To this end, the Institute pursues and has entered into a range of research agreements with partners. The resulting agreements range from general principles such as memoranda of understanding and framework agreements (22) to partnership agreements supporting specified PhD students (34).

To address the increasing demand for flexibility in education, ITC has entered into partnerships with reputable organisations and universities in different countries. Current partnerships have been expanded and intensified within the Netherlands, within Europe (Sweden, the UK and Poland) and within other continents. Part or all of a course accredited by ITC is conducted by these organisations. In this way the ITC education programme contributes to human resources development within production organisations and education and academic institutes. Outside Europe, joint programmes have already been implemented in Bolivia, China (Wuhan, Xian), Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, and Tanzania. In 2008 a new course started in Ghana.

NFP fellowships DGIS project fellowships Multilateral and national organisations Students financed from other sources*

Joint research agreements have already been implemented in Argentina, Bolivia, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Kenya, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Tanzania and the UK. In 2008 the Institute implemented new agreements in Brazil, Ethiopia, India, the Netherlands and South Africa.

Our Hope for Humankind

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Number of students Academically acceptable applications ITC degrees/diplomas/certificates awarded Registrants for the Graduate programme

Scientific departments • Department of Earth Observation Science

Students newly registered

PGD = 9 months; Diploma = 9 months)

• 32 advisory projects • 240 staff fte, which includes 18 professors

Student statistics

Data on student numbers

(MSc = 18 months; Master = 12 months;

• 114 registrants for the Graduate programme

Since its foundation, more than 19,000 students from over 170 countries have completed ITC courses. The origins and backgrounds of ITC course participants have a significant influence on the education

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*This includes students financed by their own government, university or employer or by ITC

ITC has built up an extensive network of international contacts, in which former students take a prominent position. ITC assigns great importance to updating the knowledge and skills of its alumni and therefore regularly organises refresher courses and special short training programmes both in the Netherlands and abroad. ITC also supports its former students by providing access to library services, the ITC newsletter, an e-mail address, digital communities and other facilities.

Education partnerships Joint research agreements

In 2008, together with a range of partners and financed by NUFFIC, ITC organised four refresher courses in Colombia, Mongolia, Pakistan and Uganda. To stimulate and maintain contacts between alumni, ITC assists in establishing ITC alumni associations and organises alumni gatherings in various countries/regions. In 2008 gatherings were organised in Canada, China, Ghana, India, Iran, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey and USA.

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Integral component of the core mission of ITC

Dedicated staff with a diverse range of expertise

Staff

Project services are an important activity of ITC and consist of four components: I Institutional development I Advisory services I Contract research I Contract education

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For more information: International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) Hengelosestraat 99 Postbus 6 7500 AA Enschede The Netherlands Tel: +31 (0) 53 487 44 44 Fax: +31 (0) 53 487 44 00 E-mail: pr@itc.nl Internet: www.itc.nl

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ITC employs 268 staff members (240 fte), representing 25 nationalities. Twenty percent of the staff members have a nationality other than Dutch.

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Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-information Management

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Natural Resources

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Water Resources Earth Systems Analysis

Turnover year Turnoverprojects projects per per year y 6 5,861

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A positive result of e 1,078,000 was foreseen in the 2008 budget. This result was to be reserved for maintaining an adequate level of student housing. In the event, the definitive 2008 result was e 1,707,000, because the budgets for housing, research and the ITC Capacity Building Programme were underspent.

2008

Turnover

ITC’s project services are geared to solving problems of developing countries and emerging economies. A second aim is the generation of income to help ITC in accomplishing its mission to support development. Project services are carried out in relation to all of ITC’s research themes (see section on research) and their main focus is capacity building and the development and application of new technology.

To accommodate the rapidly changing demand for capacity building and institutional strengthening, ITC offers a flexible package of training and project services tailored to the needs of its clientele in terms of content, duration and location.

Financial overview 2007 and 2008 (x e 1,000)

2007

2008

Basic subsidy Tuition fees Turnover projects Miscellaneous

22,861 1,761 4,363 2,016

23,551 2,065 5,861 1,760

Total income

31,001

33,237

Salaries, social security Depreciation Other costs

17,250 1,914 10,764

17,296 2,069 12,165

Total expenses

29,927

31,530

1,074

1,707

Income:

Expenditure:

ITC’s main clients are development cooperation agencies, multilateral organisations, international financing institutions, national and local governments, NGOs and private companies.

Operational result

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Dedicated staff with a diverse range of expertise

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Project services are an important activity of ITC and consist of four components: I Institutional development I Advisory services I Contract research I Contract education

Fte distribution Fte distribution

For more information: International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) Hengelosestraat 99 Postbus 6 7500 AA Enschede The Netherlands Tel: +31 (0) 53 487 44 44 Fax: +31 (0) 53 487 44 00 E-mail: pr@itc.nl Internet: www.itc.nl

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20

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ITC employs 268 staff members (240 fte), representing 25 nationalities. Twenty percent of the staff members have a nationality other than Dutch.

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ITC: gateway to international knowledge exchange focusing on capacity building and institutional development

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Earth Observation Science

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Project services Process support

Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-information Management

General support

Natural Resources

2006

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Advisory services

Contract research

Contract education

Water Resources Earth Systems Analysis

Turnover year Turnoverprojects projects per per year y 6 5,861

x € 1,000

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inancial Affairs

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2007

A positive result of e 1,078,000 was foreseen in the 2008 budget. This result was to be reserved for maintaining an adequate level of student housing. In the event, the definitive 2008 result was e 1,707,000, because the budgets for housing, research and the ITC Capacity Building Programme were underspent.

2008

Turnover

ITC’s project services are geared to solving problems of developing countries and emerging economies. A second aim is the generation of income to help ITC in accomplishing its mission to support development. Project services are carried out in relation to all of ITC’s research themes (see section on research) and their main focus is capacity building and the development and application of new technology.

To accommodate the rapidly changing demand for capacity building and institutional strengthening, ITC offers a flexible package of training and project services tailored to the needs of its clientele in terms of content, duration and location.

Financial overview 2007 and 2008 (x e 1,000)

2007

2008

Basic subsidy Tuition fees Turnover projects Miscellaneous

22,861 1,761 4,363 2,016

23,551 2,065 5,861 1,760

Total income

31,001

33,237

Salaries, social security Depreciation Other costs

17,250 1,914 10,764

17,296 2,069 12,165

Total expenses

29,927

31,530

1,074

1,707

Income:

Expenditure:

ITC’s main clients are development cooperation agencies, multilateral organisations, international financing institutions, national and local governments, NGOs and private companies.

Operational result

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Dedicated staff with a diverse range of expertise

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Project services are an important activity of ITC and consist of four components: I Institutional development I Advisory services I Contract research I Contract education

Fte distribution Fte distribution

For more information: International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) Hengelosestraat 99 Postbus 6 7500 AA Enschede The Netherlands Tel: +31 (0) 53 487 44 44 Fax: +31 (0) 53 487 44 00 E-mail: pr@itc.nl Internet: www.itc.nl

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20

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ITC employs 268 staff members (240 fte), representing 25 nationalities. Twenty percent of the staff members have a nationality other than Dutch.

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26

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30

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ITC: gateway to international knowledge exchange focusing on capacity building and institutional development

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Earth Observation Science

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Geo-information Processing

Project services Process support

Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-information Management

General support

Natural Resources

2006

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Institutional development

Advisory services

Contract research

Contract education

Water Resources Earth Systems Analysis

Turnover year Turnoverprojects projects per per year y 6 5,861

x € 1,000

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inancial Affairs

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2007

A positive result of e 1,078,000 was foreseen in the 2008 budget. This result was to be reserved for maintaining an adequate level of student housing. In the event, the definitive 2008 result was e 1,707,000, because the budgets for housing, research and the ITC Capacity Building Programme were underspent.

2008

Turnover

ITC’s project services are geared to solving problems of developing countries and emerging economies. A second aim is the generation of income to help ITC in accomplishing its mission to support development. Project services are carried out in relation to all of ITC’s research themes (see section on research) and their main focus is capacity building and the development and application of new technology.

To accommodate the rapidly changing demand for capacity building and institutional strengthening, ITC offers a flexible package of training and project services tailored to the needs of its clientele in terms of content, duration and location.

Financial overview 2007 and 2008 (x e 1,000)

2007

2008

Basic subsidy Tuition fees Turnover projects Miscellaneous

22,861 1,761 4,363 2,016

23,551 2,065 5,861 1,760

Total income

31,001

33,237

Salaries, social security Depreciation Other costs

17,250 1,914 10,764

17,296 2,069 12,165

Total expenses

29,927

31,530

1,074

1,707

Income:

Expenditure:

ITC’s main clients are development cooperation agencies, multilateral organisations, international financing institutions, national and local governments, NGOs and private companies.

Operational result

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