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What is it like to study marine sciences at Stockholm University? Follow our students out on the field.
Up until now I've always been more interested in what's on land, but now I feel my interest for the sea growing.
Rebecca Edlund, a second-year student on the Bachelor’s Programme in Earth Science.
What do the students say about studying marine sciences at Stockholm University?
Master students from the course in Physical Oceanography set sail on the research vessel Electra
It's nice to see the practical application of the theory, how we measure the ocean and what the instruments are.
Katrín Agla Tómasdóttir, a second-year student in the Master's Program in Atmospheric Sciences, Oceanography and Climate Physics.
"It sounded really exciting to discover Sweden and explore the Baltic Sea"
Mahmoud decided to pursue a higher degree, for his work to have more impact
I applied for the Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals (SISGP) and was fortunate enough to get it
Mahmoud is a second-year master's student from Sudan who wants to make an impact. He studies the Master's Programme in Hydrology, Hydrogeology and Water Resources.
A rich student life
Activities for students by students are organised all year round, almost every day, on and around campus. As a science student, the The Natural Science Faculty Club is the student association for you. If you are studying ocean and marine subjects or topics at one of the other faculties, there are also student associations there.
The faculty clubs arrange social activities, such as student pubs, seminars and career fairs. Don't miss out on game nights, the chess clubb, theatre meetings (Spex), welcoming pubs and Thursday pubs!
Last updated: October 12, 2023