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Learning Opportunity: Masters programme in Costal Ecology

Masters programme in Costal Ecology

Course Information

If you want to learn more about the human footprint on coastal ecosystems, this is the master's programme for you. It is also perfect for those who wish to know more about conservation Science, ecosystem services and the potential for sustainable food production in coastal areas. The programme offers the opportunity to work with field based or experimental projects that will give you a good introduction to scientific research.

 

Through its Centre for Coastal Research, the University of Agder cooperates with world-leading environments, where GRID-Arendal, the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research (IMR), the Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA), the University of Oslo, as well as business partners from Southern Norway all contribute with education and guidance in this master's programme. Through these partnerships, the University of Agder can offer stimulating research topics and student projects. Meanwhile, you will have a chance to build a network among well-established specialists.

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4 semester(s)

Access requirements: 

Bachelor's degree or equivalent education with a major subject of at least 80 credits within biology/ecology. For more details see admission requirements on the programme's webpage.

 

Application period

  • Non EU/EEA international applicants: From 1 November till 1 December.
  • EU/EEA applicants: From 1 February till 1 March.
  • Nordic citizens and applicants with a permanent or renewable residence permit in Norway: From 1 February till 1 March.
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120.0

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Universitetet i Agder
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University
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Course Locations

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Gimlemoen 25A, 4630 Kristiansand

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Norway - Agder og Rogaland