Summer/autumn courses 2020 open for application

Summer/autumn courses 2020 open for application

Top image: Arctic Safety Centre (AS-301) students on excursion in Adolfbukta, inner Billefjorden. Photo: Thorben Dunse/UNIS.

21 January 2020

Apply now for our summer courses! The application deadline is 15 February 2020.

14 courses running in summer are now open for application. Questions regarding the application process? Please find relevant information here: https://www.unis.no/studies/regulations-and-routines/how-to-apply/

Arctic Biology

Master courses:
AB-322 Fluxes of Nutrients, Energy and Contaminants from Sea to Land (10 ECTS) (July)
AB-327 Arctic Microbiology (10 ECTS) (Juny–July)

PhD courses:
AB-822 Fluxes of Nutrients, Energy and Contaminants from Sea to Land (10 ECTS) (July)
AB-827 Arctic Microbiology (10 ECTS) (July–August)

Arctic Geology

Bachelor courses:
AG-218 International Bachelor Permafrost Summer Field School (10 ECTS) (June–July)
AG-220 Environmental Change in the High Arctic Landscape of Svalbard (10 ECTS) (July–August)

Master courses:
AG-338 Sedimentology Field Course – from Depositional Systems to Sedimentary Architecture (10 ECTS) (June-July)
AG-350 Arctic Glaciers and Landscapes (10 ECTS) (July-August)
AG-352 Geohazards and geotechnics in high Arctic permafrost regions (10 ECTS) (June–July)

PhD courses:
AG-838 Sedimentology Field Course – from Depositional Systems to Sedimentary Architecture (10 ECTS) (June-July)
AG-850 Arctic Glaciers and Landscapes (10 ECTS) (July-August)

Arctic Technology

Master course:
AT-333 Arctic Petroleum: Challenges for Society, Technology, and Environment (10 ECTS) (June–August)

PhD course:
AT-833 Arctic Petroleum: Challenges for Society, Technology, and Environment (10 ECTS) (June–August)

Arctic Safety

Master course:
AS-301 Risk Assessment of Arctic Natural Hazards (10 ECTS) (June–July)

 

You can now also apply for our autumn semester courses (August-December) – application deadline is 15 April 2020. See a list of the courses here.
(Note: some of these courses are running every other year).

Taking food samples from a Little Auk

AB-322/822 students taking food samples from a Little auk. The bird is released afterwards. Photo: Silje Kristiansen.

Students and professor looking at data by Linnévannet

Professor Al Werner and students in AG-220 study the data obtained from Linnévannet. Photo: Mike Retelle/UNIS.

View over Tempelfjorden

AG-338/838 field lecture in Tempelfjorden. Photo: Lis Allaart/UNIS.

 

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