|From||"Roger Brugge" <email@example.com>|
|Date||Tue, 29 Mar 2016 09:23:10 +0000|
Forwarded from CLIMLIST... MSc(Res) in Polar and Alpine Change, 2016-17 Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, UK I write with information about this 1-year Masters of Research (MSc(Res)) course offered by our university, which may interest applicants looking for study with a heavy research element within the broad subject area of cold-regions science, e.g. in glaciology, glacial geomorphology, polar climatology and environmental science. The programme targets those wishing to gain research experience and skills before progressing to a PhD, and is founded on the expertise of the group of Ice and Climate Researchers in my department. Training is delivered via a major Research Project that the student carries out with regular supervision. Another key feature of the programme is a Field-Course module visiting Svalbard, Norway for 4-5 weeks in the summer. We invite applicants who perform at least at good Upper-Second Class undergraduate level (and show First Class potential) from a UK University or at an international equivalent, in subjects such as Physical Geography, Environmental / Earth / Ocean Sciences, Geology, Physics, and Natural Science. Applicants are asked to show evidence of engagement with and/or aptitude in geoscientific research. Many of our graduates from the former MSc version of the course moved on successfully to PhD studies in glaciology, climate science, biogeochemistry and planetary science. Our next Open Day is on Thursday 12th May 2016. The application round for 2016/17 entry is open. Details of the course and application procedure can be found at: <https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/geography/masters/polarandalpinechange> Please email firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> if you wish to attend the Open Day or know more information. Best wishes, Felix Ng Director of MSc(Res) in Polar and Alpine Change
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