Apply for spring courses now

Apply for spring courses now

Top image: Arctic geology students at Festningen, at the mouth of Grønfjorden, March 2016. Photo: Øystein Grasdal/UNIS

Application is now open for UNIS spring semester courses. The application deadline is 15 October 2017.

11 September 2017

There are 40 bachelor level and master/PhD level courses that are now open for application. To apply for courses at UNIS, the applicant must be enrolled at Bachelor-, Master- or PhD level at a Norwegian institution of higher education or an accredited international institution of higher education. The minimum academic prerequisite is 60 ECTS in general natural sciences, in addition to course specific requirements listed in each course description.

The courses with application deadline 15 October 2017 are:

Arctic Biology

Bachelor courses:
AB-202 Marine Arctic Biology (15 ECTS)
AB-203 Arctic Environmental Management (15 ECTS)

Master courses:
AB-323 Light Climate and Primary Productivity in the Arctic (10 ECTS)
AB-330 Ecosystems in Ice Covered Waters (10 ECTS)
AB-333 Arctic Winter Limnology (10 ECTS)
AB-338 Life History Adaptations to Seasonality (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AB-823 Light Climate and Primary Productivity in the Arctic (10 ECTS)
AB-830 Ecosystems in Ice Covered Waters (10 ECTS)
AB-833 Arctic Winter Limnology (10 ECTS)
AB-838 Life History Adaptations to Seasonality (10 ECTS)

Arctic Geology

Bachelor courses:
AG-209 The Tectonic and Sedimentary History of Svalbard (15 ECTS)
AG-222 Integrated Geological Methods: From Outcrop to Geomodel (15 ECTS)

Master courses:
AG-322 Fold and Thrust Belts and Foreland Basin Systems (10 ECTS)
AG-334 Arctic Basins and Petroleum Provinces (10 ECTS)
AG-335 Arctic Seismic Exploration (10 ECTS)
AG-342 The Marine Cryosphere and its Cenozoic History (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AG-822 Fold and Thrust Belts and Foreland Basin Systems (10 ECTS)
AG-834 Arctic Basins and Petroleum Provinces (10 ECTS)
AG-835 Arctic Seismic Exploration (10 ECTS)
AG-842 The Marine Cryosphere and its Cenozoic History (10 ECTS)

Arctic Geophysics

Bachelor courses:
AGF-211 Air–Ice–Sea Interaction I (15 ECTS)
AGF-212 Snow and Ice Processes (15 ECTS)

Master courses:
AGF-301 The Upper Polar Atmosphere (15 ECTS)
AGF-304 Radar Diagnostics of Space Plasma (15 ECTS)
AGF-312 Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere (10 ECTS)
AGF-350 The Arctic Atmospheric Boundary Layer and Local Climate Processes (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AGF-801 The Upper Polar Atmosphere (15 ECTS)
AGF-804 Radar Diagnostics of Space Plasma (15 ECTS)
AGF-850 The Arctic Atmospheric Boundary Layer and Local Climate Processes (10 ECTS)

Arctic Technology

Bachelor courses:
AT-205 Frozen Ground Engineering for Arctic Infrastructures (15 ECTS)
AT-211 Ice Mechanics, Loads on Structures and Instrumentation (15 ECTS)

Master courses:
AT-307F Arctic Offshore Engineering – Fieldwork (3 ECTS)
AT-324 Techniques for the Detection of Organo-Chemical Pollutants in the Arctic Environment (10 ECTS)
AT-329 Cold Region Field Investigations (10 ECTS)
AT-330 Arctic Environmental Toxicology (10 ECTS)
AT-331 Arctic Environmental Pollution: Atmospheric Distribution and Processes (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AT-807F Arctic Offshore Engineering – Fieldwork (3 ECTS)
AT-824 Techniques for the Detection of Organo-Chemical Pollutants in the Arctic Environment (10 ECTS)
AT-830 Arctic Environmental Toxicology (10 ECTS)
AT-831 Arctic Environmental Pollution: Atmospheric Distribution and Processes (10 ECTS)

Application deadline: 15 October 2017

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