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Full time August, September MSc 2 years
Environmental Sciences (13) Geology (18)

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The MSc in Geophysics at Aarhus University offers a captivating learning experience, combining physics, mathematics, and geoscience. This two-year programme allows students to choose their own area of focus, exploring a range of fields from climate studies to the dynamics of the Earth's mantle. The programme is known for its high-calibre research, integrating teaching with cutting-edge research in hydrogeophysics, seismic acquisition, and numerical modelling. Students benefit from a close-knit community, modern facilities, and access to study areas and a Friday bar. Graduates find employment in fields such as groundwater management, geothermal energy, and higher education. Admission requires a relevant bachelor's degree and English language proficiency.

About the course

The master's degree programme in geophysics is for those of you who are interested in the Earth's climate system, water resources, geothermal energy and other development of sustainable solutions to the resource needs of modern society (e.g. clean drinking water and sustainable energy and minerals). It is for those of you who would like to be skilled at working with computer models based on data collected in the field, such as electrical properties, sound data from soil layers, chemical variations and climate data.

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Entry Requirements

1. General admission requirement
A relevant and recognised bachelor’s degree (minimum of 180 ECTS)

2. Specific admission requirements
Specific academic requirements (e.g. a minimum of ECTS within a specific field)

3. English language requirement
Recognised tests:
• TOEFL (ibt): 83
• IELTS: 6.5
• Cambridge: Specific grades apply

* Tests must be no more than two years old.

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Fees

EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: FREE
Others:15,300 EUR/year

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