When you have completed your studies at Stockholm University you are welcome to apply for your certificate at the Student Services.
The certificate is issued upon request and is free of charge.
All courses and study programmes are placed within one of three cycles: first, second or third cycle. Each cycle builds on studies from the previous cycle and each qualification is specified by one of these cycles.
Local qualification descriptors
Since 1 January 2016, local qualification descriptors are available, which are adopted by the academic area boards based on a common model. The local qualification descriptors cover general first and second-cycle qualifications. The programme syllabi fill the same function for professional qualifications and the general syllabi contain the provisions for third-cycle qualifications.
For more information or translation of the local qualification descriptors, please contact Elisabeth Däcker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bachelor and master degree
To acquire a Bachelor of Science, the following requirements must be fulfilled: 180 credits in completed courses (three years of full-time studies) and at least 150 credits need to be in the main subject, including a degree project of at least 15 credits.
At the Department of Geological Sciences, IGV, there are two Bachelor degree programmes:
For a Master of Science in Geological Sciences the following requirements have to be fulfilled: 120 credits in completed courses (two years of full-time studies) of which the main part are second cycle courses, and at least 90 credits within the same main field of study, including a degree project of at least 30 credits.
For a Master of Science in Climate Sciences the following requirements have to be fulfilled: 120 credits in completed courses (two years of full-time studies) of which 60 credits will be obligatory courses, and at least 90 credits within the same main field of study, including a degree project of at least 30 credits.
At IGV there are two master programmes:
Build your own degree from independent courses
To build your own bachelor's degree you must study courses in your main subject comprising 90 credits and including a bachelor's course with a degree project.
This means that, in the subject you want to have as your main subject, you must study a basic course of 30 credits, a continuation course of 30 credits and a bachelor's course of 30 credits. Then you must supplement with freely chosen courses in other subjects so that there will be 180 credits together – you can combine courses from all faculties and your choices are wide. You can advantageously study your broadening subjects before you read the bachelor's course in your major subject.
For more information please contact the Director of studies Richard Gyllencreutz, email@example.com
The Department of Geological Sciences has three research education programs. This education ends with a degree as Licentiate of Philosophy and/or Doctor of Philosophy in one of the three following programs:
Professors in charge of the programs
Geochemistry, Magnus Mörth | +46 (0)8 16 47 31, firstname.lastname@example.org
Geology, Alasdair Skelton | +46 (0)8 16 47 50, email@example.com
Marine Geology, Martin Jakobsson | +46 (0)8 16 47 19, firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions about applications should be directed to the director of studies for PhD programmes
Malin Kylander | +46 (0)8 674 78 98, email@example.com
Download PhD handbook (the file is being updated, sorry for the inconvenience).
Admission to the PhD program is only possible by applying to an announced PhD position. Carefully follow the instructions for making your application as indicated in the announcement, and submit your documents before the deadline.
Note! The deadlines for applications for PhD positions at the Department of Geological Sciences
January 15 and September 15: Available positions are announced.
February 15 and October 15: Deadline for applications.
Application for a degree certificate
When you have completed your studies at Stockholm University you are welcome to apply for your certificate at the Student Services. The certificate is issued upon request and is free of charge.
Questions? Please contact our Directores of studies:
Director of bachelor program on-site
Richard Gyllencreutz | firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of bachelor program by distance
Alasdair Skelton | email@example.com
Director of studies for master program in Geological Sciences
Volker Bruechert | firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of studies for master program in Climate Science
email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of studies for PhD programmes
Malin Kylander | (08) 674 78 98, email@example.com
Stockholm University arranges a number of academic ceremonies every year to celebrate academic achievements and appointments. The doctoral conferment is the most important and traditionalized. The professorial installation welcomes newly appointed professors to the University. Twice a year, the master's conferment is held to celebrate those who have taken a master's degree. In addition, university departments and faculty students' associations arrange different events to celebrate their graduating students.
MyCareer is the job site for students and graduates of Stockholm University. Jobs, internships and thesis projects – you’ll find it all here!
You can register using your university account, create a personal profile and fine-tune the content of the site according to your skills, competencies and job interests.
Here you can learn more about the services Stockholm University offer in terms of career events, innovation support and study and career counselling.
Degree projects from our previous students
Alumni are former students of a university or college.
Join Stockholm University alumni network, where you will find a special alumni group for former Geological Sciences students
Hear from our alumni
Join the "Geovetare-alumner" from Stockholm University on Facebook
Here you will find a list over some of our alumni. The Department of Geological Sciences is proud of its alumni, whose present professional activities provide a good insight about the employment market for geologists.
Elisabeth Däcker, firstname.lastname@example.org
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