Apply for autumn courses 2022

Apply for autumn courses 2022

Top image: UNIS field lecture in Bjørnfjorden with the mighty Smeerenburgbreen in the background. Photo: Tina Dahl/UNIS.

Apply now for UNIS autumn semester courses! The application deadline is 15 April 2022.

10 March 2022

There are 37 courses on bachelor, master and PhD level that are now open for application within biology, geology, geophysics, technology and Arctic safety. The duration of the courses ranges from two weeks up to a whole semester.

UNIS courses with application deadline 15 April 2022 are:

Arctic Biology

Bachelor courses:
AB-201 Terrestrial Arctic Biology (15 ECTS)
AB-204 Arctic Population Ecology (15 ECTS)

Master courses:
AB-320 Arctic Marine Zooplankton (10 ECTS)
AB-332 Arctic Marine Molecular Ecology (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AB-820 Arctic Marine Zooplankton (10 ECTS)
AB-832 Arctic Marine Molecular Ecology (10 ECTS)

 

Arctic Geology

Bachelor courses:
AG-210 The Quaternary- and Glacial Geology of Svalbard (15 ECTS)
AG-211 Arctic Marine Geology (15 ECTS)

Master courses:

AG-336 Rift Basin Reservoirs: From Outcrop to Model
AG-349 Geological Constraints on CO2 Storage (5 ECTS)
AG-351 Arctic Tectonics and Volcanism (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AG-826 Arctic Quaternary Environments (10 ECTS)
AG-836 Rift Basin Reservoirs: From Outcrop to Model (10ECTS)
AG-849 Geological Constraints on CO2 Storage (5 ECTS)
AG-851 Arctic Tectonics and Volcanism (10 ECTS)

 

Arctic Geophysics

Bachelor courses:
AGF-210 The Middle Polar Atmosphere (15 ECTS)
AGF-213 Polar Meteorology and Climate (15 ECTS)
AGF-214 Polar Ocean Climate (15 ECTS)
AGF-223 Remote Sensing and Space Instrumentation (15 ECTS)

Master courses:
AGF-311 Air-Sea-ice Interaction II (10 ECTS)
AGF-319 Shipping in the Arctic (5 ECTS)
AGF-345 Polar Magnetospheric Substorms (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AGF-811 Air-Sea-ice Interaction II (10 ECTS)
AGF-819 Shipping in the Arctic (5 ECTS)
AGF-845 Polar Magnetospheric Substorms (10 ECTS)

 

Arctic Technology

Master courses:
AT-301 Arctic Infrastructures in a Changing Climate (10 ECTS)
AT-327 Arctic Offshore Engineering (10 ECTS)
AT-332 Physical Environmental Loads on Arctic Coastal and Offshore Structures (10 ECTS)
AT-334 Arctic Marine Measurements Techniques, Operations and Transport (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AT-801 Arctic Infrastructures in a Changing Climate (10 ECTS)
AT-827 Arctic Offshore Engineering (10 ECTS)
AT-832 Physical Environmental Loads on Arctic Coastal and Offshore Structures (10 ECTS)
AT-834 Arctic Marine Measurements Techniques, Operations and Transport (10 ECTS)

 

Arctic Safety

Master courses:
AS-302 Safety Management in the Arctic (10 ECTS)
AS-303 Emergency Preparedness and Response in the Arctic (10 ECTS)
AS-304 Risk, Technology and Human Performance in Arctic Operations (10 ECTS)

Application deadline: 15 April 2022

 

 

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AG-210 students take a break from fieldwork in Billefjorden. Photo: Endre Før Gjermundsen/UNIS.

AG-210 students take a break from fieldwork in Billefjorden. Photo: Endre Før Gjermundsen/UNIS.

 

Professor Mads Forchhammer and AB-201 students in Bjørnfjorden with the mighty Smeerenburgbreen in the background.

Professor Mads Forchhammer and AB-201 students in Bjørnfjorden with the mighty Smeerenburgbreen in the background. Photo: Tina Dahl/UNIS.

 

Fieldwork set-up on Breinosa, Svalbard

AT-332/832 fieldwork. Photo: Nataly Marchenko/UNIS.

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