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Earth and Climate Dynamics

University of Padua
Italy, Padua
Department of Geosciences Italy, Via Gradenigo, 6 - 35131 Padua
Tuition fee €2,739 per year

For further information please visit: www.unipd.it/en/tuition-fees-23-24

Application fee €30 one-time

This fee is non-refundable.

Deposit €200 one-time

In order to accept your place at the University of Padua, the payment of the admission fee is required. This fee is non-refundable.

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Overview

This Bachelor’s degree provides a strong interdisciplinary advanced training in Earth system sciences based on topics covering solid Earth, oceans, climate, atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere dynamics and their related complexities. With innovative teaching methods which combine classroom teachings and field activities, students will acquire a technical-scientific background of the most widely used and innovative techniques in remote sensing, satellite data processing, GIS, use of drones, coding and basic modelling. Students are provided with specific and professionalising skills that are becoming increasingly important to tackle today’s climate challenges.

Programme structure

1st Year
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geology and Paleontology, Mineralogy and Petrology, Dynamics of Hydrosphere, Atmosphere and Earth’s Surface
2nd Year
Structural Geology and Earth’s Geodynamics, Paleoclimatology, Climatology and Climate Models, Methods for Earth Observations and Data Management, Field Monitoring and Thematic Mapping, Georesources and Sustainability, Soil System Science, Geochemistry of Earth System.
3rd Year
Global Impacts of Mass Movements, Fluvial Systems and Extreme Events, Ecosystems under Climate Changes, Geohazards and Risk Analysis, Evolution of Coastal Systems

Career opportunities

Students can pursue their studies within a Master’s degree in Earth Dynamics, Geophysics for Natural Risks and Resources or related fields. Graduates can also work in public and private laboratories for geological and environmental analyses, in public and private research agencies and bodies for environmental management and protection at national and international level, and in protected areas, natural parks and marine reserves in relation to communication and mitigation of the effects of climate change.

Apply now! Academic year 2023/24
Application period has ended
Studies commence
2 Oct 2023
Apply now! Academic year 2023/24
Application period has ended
Studies commence
1 Oct 2023

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Academic year 2023/24
Application period has ended
Studies commence
2 Oct 2023
Apply now! Academic year 2023/24
Application period has ended
Studies commence
1 Oct 2023

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States