Summer and autumn courses with extended application possibility

Summer and autumn courses with extended application possibility

Top image: AT-209 students on fieldwork, September 2015. Photo: Nils Roar Sælthun/UNIS.

Some courses in Arctic biology, geology, geophysics, and technology have an extended application possibility – Apply today!

3 June 2016

The UNIS courses you may still get admission to are:

Arctic Biology

Master courses:
AB-322 Flux of Matter and Energy from Sea to Land (10 ECTS)
AB-332 Arctic Marine Molecular Ecology (10 ECTS)

PhD course:
AB-832 Arctic Marine Molecular Ecology (10 ECTS)

Arctic Geology

Master courses:
AG-326 Quaternary Glacial and Climate History of the Arctic (10 ECTS)
AG-340 Arctic Glaciers and Melt Season Dynamics (10 ECTS)

PhD course:
AG-826 Quaternary Glacial and Climate History of the Arctic (10 ECTS)

Arctic Geophysics

Master course:
AGF-311 Air-Ice-Sea Interaction II (10 ECTS)
AGF-345 Polar Magnetospheric Substorms (10 ECTS)

PhD course:
AGF-811 Air-Ice-Sea Interaction II (10 ECTS)
AGF-845 Polar Magnetospheric Substorms (10 ECTS)

Arctic Technology

Bachelor courses:
AT-209 Arctic Hydrology and Climate Change (15 ECTS)
AT-210 Arctic Environmental Pollution (15 ECTS)

Master courses:
AT-301 Arctic Infrastructures in a Changing Climate (10 ECTS)
AT-314 Advanced Rock Mechanics and Engineering Geology (10 ECTS)
AT-332 Physical Environmental Loads on Arctic Coastal and Offshore Structures (10 ECTS)

PhD courses:
AT-801 Arctic Infrastructures in a Changing Climate (10 ECTS)
AT-814 Advanced Rock Mechanics and Engineering Geology (10 ECTS)
AT-832 Physical Environmental Loads on Arctic Coastal and Offshore Structures (10 ECTS)

How to apply

To apply, send an e-mail to study@unis.no 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.

 

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