Monday, October 6, 2014

MSc in Climate Change, Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation from the University of Copenhagen

A novel interdisciplinary graduate program at the University of Copenhagen teaches students about climate change impacts, mitigation and adaptation. This two year program is the first in Europe to train graduates in climate change. The English language MSC program includes instruction in both the natural and social sciences including geophysics, geography, social-economic affairs and security policy. What makes the program unique is its emphasis on interdisciplinary complexities which will enable graduates to work among a broad range of issues at both the local and international levels.

The program is designed for those who hold a BSc degree in one of the following disciplines:

Natural Resources
Food Science
Landscape Architecture
Biology-Biotechnology
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Geography-Geoinformatics
Geology-Geoscience

For information regarding applications click here.

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