Department of Geological Sciences
Covid-19 – information till studenter och medarbetare
We offer courses and programs both on the basic level (undergraduate level) and on the advanced level (Masters and PhD level).
How teaching will take place during the corona pandemic
Admission application closes April 15
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Application dates for courses and programmes at bachelor's and master's level for international students applying through universityadmissions.se, not for exchange students from partner universities.
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Here is the latest information and university positions regarding the new corona virus and the pandemic.
There is no mistaking Associate Professor Helen Coxall’s dedication as she speaks about geological sciences, a field in which she both researches and teaches.
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The reasons to study at Stockholm University are many. On these pages we explain theThe reasons to study at Stockholm University are many. On these pages we explain the top ones.
Founder of the Department of Geology and Mineralogy.
You study our changing climate, the cycle of nature and how different processes affect the society we live in today. You learn to see connections in nature and what happens when humans affect their living environment.
You will study processes that control Earth’ climate system at human timescales and those reaching back hundreds to millions of years.
To bring people together, build networks, and create collaborations for sustainable development.
The notifications of selection results for master’s programmes starting in the autumn 2021 will be published on 9 April on universityadmissions.se.
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