Research is usually done in teams and can take you to exotic locations such as Antarctica, the Amazon, the Pacific or our own northern Latnjajaure field station. No matter what you are interested in, your educational experience an exciting time, which in most cases ends with a Ph.D. (240 credits).
A third cycle education (doctoral programmes) involves four years of study and usually includes a certain amount of tuition.
For more information about graduate studies in the Department of Earth Sciences and about admissions, please contact our director of postgraduate studies Louise C. Andresen
072-184 06 53, Louise.firstname.lastname@example.org