Extended application deadline – Bachelor and Master/PhD courses spring 2019
Top image: AT-211 student gymnastics during fieldwork on the sea ice. Photo: Fabienne Fischer/UNIS
Would you like to study in Svalbard next spring? We have extended application deadline for some courses in Arctic Geophysics and Arctic Technology. Apply now – first come, first serve!
8 November 2018 (updated 13 November)
We have re-opened the application for the bachelor level courses in Arctic Technology. These courses are considered a “course package” and they run for the full spring semester 2019 (30 ECTS).
Available courses – first come, first serve:
Bachelor courses (30 ECTS package):
AT-205 Frozen Ground Engineering for Arctic Infrastructures (15 ECTS)
AT-211 Ice Mechanics, Loads on Structures and Instrumentation (15 ECTS)
We have also re-opened the application for the following master and PhD courses:
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: Distribution and Processes (10 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: Distribution and Processes (10 ECTS)
How to apply
To apply, send an e-mail to email@example.com with information about which study programme you are currently enrolled in. Also list the course code/name for the course(s) you are interested in applying for. Please remember that your enrolment must be valid during your planned stay at UNIS.