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Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses

This database has a list of a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses spanning the geosciences across Europe. This resource is for those who would like to search for courses based on a specific subject area, rather than by university. We have a range of undergraduate and masters courses covering many of the scientific divisions we represent.

Below, you can search the database by type of degree, subject area, language and country, with the option to look for key words. PhDs are listed under the careers section of the early career scientists pages.

For more information about the individual courses, go to the course website on the university’s page and contact the administrator or course director. Anyone is free to search and upload course details on the database, and therefore the EGU does not necessarily endorse these courses.

If you are interested adding a course to this list please use the Course Submission Form. Please note that this database is for undergraduate and master courses only. To list short-duration courses such as summer schools, please use the Meeting Submission Form.

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  1. Disasters, Adaptation and Development (MAMSc)

    Location: London, United Kingdom
    Course language: English

    The programme embeds training in disaster risk reduction with access to a broad range of optional modules that enable the student to craft a degree that can include technical specialisms in GIS and remote sensing, organisational risk management, or poverty alleviation and international development. It aims to enable students to … Read more ]

  2. Master of Public Administration (MPA) in Science, Engineering and Public Policy (MA)

    Location: London, United Kingdom
    Course language: English

    This Masters in Public Administration equips science, technology, engineering and public policy professionals with the skills they need to influence public decision-making in today’s globally interdependent world. As public policy issues become increasingly complex, the world needs trained professionals who can integrate science and engineering into policy processes and decision-making … Read more ]