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F181 MSc Subsurface Characterisation and Geomodelling

University College Dublin School of Earth Sciences

Full time September MSc I year

About the course

Geoscientists with digital skills able to manage and critically evaluate subsurface data are required in a range of applied industries and research areas. This one-year taught MSc course is designed to equip you with the training to understand, model and visualise the subsurface using a range of datasets and to make expert interpretations and predictions. This industry-facing programme is tailored to provide geoscientists with the expertise needed for the transition to a low carbon sustainable society. Graduates will acquire modern skills in applied geoscience that are applicable across a range of sectors, including mineral resources, energy, geothermal, groundwater, carbon sequestration, geotechnical services, national geological surveys and waste management. Training will be provided in

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Entry Requirements

Entry to the programme requires an Honours undergraduate degree at 2.1 or higher (or equivalent) level in Earth Science or Geoscience. Consideration will be given to applicants with similar qualifications in cognate areas (e.g. Geophysics/Physical Geography), and to those with significant and relevant work experience but who do not meet this criterion.

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