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Master's Programme in Earth Science
Prog.code: TGV2M 120 c.
Welcome to the programme page of the Master programme in Earth Science
Are you interested in joining the Master Programme in Earth Science at Uppsala University? We have gathered some information about the programme, possibilities and support during your studies in the left column. If you have any questions you are of course welcome to turn to the study counsellor in Earth Science.
If you already are a programme student, you will find important information about the programme, interesting events, useful forms and much more. Please, log on to this page regularly and check the recent information.
New student for the academic year 2017/2018
The autumn semester and first courses commences officially on Monday 28 August 2017.
We welcome you to the programme and the Department of Earth Sciences already on Tuesday 22 August 2017 at 10:15 am in lecture hall Norrland I at Geocentrum (Villavägen 16, Uppsala).
On Thursday 24th August we will go for on a welcome excursion to the Sala silver mine. A one-day excursion including lunch arrange by the Department of Earth Sciences.
In addition, there are many welcome events for new international master students at Uppsala University. The welcome programme for Uppsala is updated continuously until mid-August.
General programme information
The Master Programme in Earth Sciences will enable you to learn about the interdependency of Earth Systems and gain advanced skills in specific areas within Earth Sciences. Explore climate change from the perspectives of Earth processes occurring in the atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. Find a balance between using and preserving Earths resources and reducing the environmental impact for a healthy sustainable future.
The Department of Earth Sciences at Uppsala University is one of the most comprehensive academic departments of its kind in Europe. Research in Earth Science focuses on subjects that range from the Earths core to the atmosphere, on scales from sub-microscopic minerals and fossils to the formation of mountains and oceans, and in time from the formation of the Earth to the processes currently reshaping the planet.