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Extended admission in Arctic Geology and Technology for spring 2012 semester

23.11.11

There are still available student places at BSc and MSc level within the technology and geology department in spring 2012. The extended admission will be on a first come, first serve basis so apply today!

How to apply

Fill out the application form on paper found here.

(You cannot apply via the online application system, only by paper application).

Scan all relevant documents (grade transcripts, confirmation of student status, etc). Send both the application form and relevant documents on e-mail to the UNIS Study Administration department: studadm@unis.no

You will receive an e-mail from the Study Administration after they have received your application with more information about the admission procedure.

 

UNIS have room for more students in the following Arctic Technology and Arctic Geology courses in spring 2012:

Arctic Technology

Bachelor-level courses:

  AT-205 Frozen Ground Engineering for Arctic Infrastructure (15 ECTS)  
  AT-208 Thermo-Mechanical Properties of Materials (15 ECTS)  

 

Prerequisites: 60 ECTS (1 year) in Math/Physics/Mechanics/Chemistry

The applicants must combine these two courses in the spring semester.

 

Master/PhD level courses:

  AT-324 Techniques for the Detection of Organo-Chemical Pollutants in the Arctic Environment (10 ECTS)  
  AT-330 Arctic Environmental Toxicology (10 ECTS)  
  AT-331 Arctic Environmental Pollution: Atmospheric Distribution and Processes (10 ECTS)  

 

Prerequisites: see each course description

These AT 300-level courses can be applied for separately or as a package of two or three courses (i.e. courses can be combined in a package of 30 ECTS as they are run back-to-back).

 

More information about the MSc/PhD courses:

  Arctic environmental pollutants and toxicology course package flyer (Pdf)  


 


Arctic Geology
UNIS have room for more students in the following Arctic Geology course in spring 2012:

Master/PhD level course:

  AG-322 Geometry and Kinematics of Foreland Fold and Thrust Belts (10 ECTS)  

 

Prerequisite: Enrolment in a master – or Ph.D. program.

 

Arctic Technology students at work in Van Mijenfjorden. (Photo: Lucie Strub-Klein/UNIS).
Arctic Technology students at work in Van Mijenfjorden. (Photo: Lucie Strub-Klein/UNIS).
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