| Contact & Map | DE | FR
Earth Sciences at the University of Fribourg

Bern-Fribourg Master in Earth Sciences

titelbild

Bern-Fribourg Master in Earth Sciences

Master information event 2014Bern-Fribourg Master in Earth Sciences:
Information Event, March 9th, 2015

Have your Bachelor studies infected you with a fascination for Geology? Are you interested in pursuing your studies at the Master level? Do you wish to train for an exciting career in research or industry?

We are pleased to invite you on March 9th to a brief information event regarding the Bern-Fribourg Master in Earth Sciences. This is a chance for you to meet potential advisors, to discuss the options for curricula and to quiz current Master students about their experiences.

16:15   Presentation of MSc curriculum, Details of the 5 MSc specialities
(Studer Auditorium, 2nd floor)
17:15   Apero and poster presentation by current MSc students
(coffee room, ground floor)
Where Institute of Geological Sciences,
Baltzerstrasse 3, 3012 Bern

 

 

The Bern–Fribourg Master in Earth Sciences is a joint programme run by the Institute of Geological Sciences at the University of Bern and the Department of Geosciences at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. With only a 22 minute train trip separating the two Universities, students profit from the expanded number of lecturers and researchers, and from the specialized geological know-how and facilities at both institutions. The merger of capabilities allows an exciting and varied curriculum to be offered in a two-year, 120 European Credit (EC) degree, taught in English.

Highlights of the Master include a choice from 5 specialties:

Earth and Life Evolution (ELE)
 
Earth Materials (EM)
 
Environmental and Resource Geochemistry (ERG)
Earth and Liefe Evolution
 
Earth Materials
 
Environmental and Rexource Geochemistry
     
Geology (GEOL)
 
Pure and Applied Quaternary
Sciences (PAQS)

Geology
 
Pure and Applied Quaternary Sciences

Coursework in these specialities covers theory, field work (often in the nearby Swiss Alps), laboratory work, and integrated studies. In addition to 60 EC of coursework, each student conducts a supervised, 60 EC written thesis on a hands-on theme chosen from the broad range of research projects underway at the partner Universities.

top

University of Bern | Institute of Geological Sciences | Baltzerstrasse 1+3 | CH-3012 Bern |
Tel.: +41 (0)31 631 87 61|

University of Fribourg | Dépt. Géosciences ; Ch. du Musée 6 - Pérolles ; CH-1700 Fribourg |
Tel:  +41 (0)26 300 89 70 ; Fax: +41 (0)26 300 97 42 |
© University of Bern 18.12.2014