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Lund University

Sweden

Natural Sciences

Geography/Earth Sciences

BSc Sciences, Physical Geography & Ecosystem Analysis

3 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


This programme consists of one introductory year and two years of specialisation.

During the first year a solid foundation is laid in natural science, focusing on environmental science. After this, courses are taken in subjects such as climatology, geographical information science, programming and environmental modelling. Theory and practice are integrated on different scales (local to global) as well as in different locations (e.g. both industrial and non-industrial countries).

Close contact with private and governmental bodies and field-work within Sweden as well as to Asia or Africa are natural ingredients of the programme

 

Programme content


This three-year programme consists of one introductory year and two years of specialisation. During the first year a solid foundation is laid in natural science, focusing on environmental science. After this, modules are taken in subjects such as climatology, geographical information science, programming and environmental modelling. Theory and practice are integrated on different scales (local to global) as well as in different locations (e.g. both industrial and non-industrial countries). Close contact with private and governmental bodies and field-work within Sweden as well as to Asia or Africa are natural ingredients of the programme

Progression


Lund offers several relevant Master's programmes, taught through English, including:
- Geomatics
- Physical Geography and Ecosystem Sciences
- Geo-information and Earth Observation for Environmental Modelling and Managemen

Entry Requirements


Three A-Levels [Biology, Physics and Chemistry] and Three GCSE's [inc Maths]

Six passes at Leaving Certificate [Two at H5], inc. Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Maths

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Grades converted into GPA. Selection made on basis of GPA

16 October

15 January