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Global change has profound effects on soils that are observed throughout the world. This emphasizes the need to train more people worldwide who understand how soils react to global change and are able to develop preventive actions and remediation strategies to increase soil resilience.
Study at 4 leading European universities and make the difference.
Gain advanced knowledge in soil physics, soil biogeochemistry, land information systems, meteorology and climatology
Learn to understand soil ecosystems under natural conditions and human-impact, in relation to global change
Develop a holistic understanding of interactions and processes in ecosystems, using statistical tools and advanced modelling techniques
Qualify for employment in private and public-sector companies and organisations where
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Academic Bachelor degree (minimum 180 ECTS credits) in pure or applied sciences (e.g., chemistry, biology, geology, civil or agricultural engineering, environmental or agricultural sciences, etc.) or an equivalent level from a recognized university or Engineering College.
Official language test (English language test with minimum requirements below)
TOEFL IBT 90
TOEFL PBT 577
ACADEMIC IELTS 6,5 overall score/C1
ESOL Cambridge English First A/Advanced B
CEFR C1 (issued by a European university language centre)
Mode of instruction: Only for nationals of: USA, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland or Canada.
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