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[Met-jobs] MSc program in Climate Science at Universität Hamburg

From "Grannis, Katja" <>
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Date Thu, 1 Nov 2018 08:25:02 +0000

Dear colleagues,

The School of Integrated Climate System Sciences at Universität Hamburg, Germany offers an excellent, multi-disciplinary MSc progam in Climate System Sciences:

·         Interdisciplinary approach (Physics of the Climate System, Biogeochemistry of the Climate System, climate-related Economics and Social Sciences)

·         Taught in English

·         Small classes

·         International student body

·         Excellent career prospects in academia, non-profit organizations and consultancies

Of special interest perhaps to international students is that there is no tuition and very low fees; there are also opportunities for student assistantships to cover some living expenses.

Please help distribute this announcement to your good undergraduates (flyer attached).

Kind regards,
Katja Grannis


Katja Grannis, Coordination MSc Program

School of Integrated Climate System Sciences

CliSAP/CEN Office

Universität Hamburg

Partner of KlimaCampus Hamburg

Grindelberg 5

20144 Hamburg



Phone: +49 (0) 40 42838 7597

Fax:   +49 (0) 40 42838 4938


The Cluster of Excellence "Integrated Climate System Analysis and

Prediction" (CliSAP) is a joint effort of Universität Hamburg and

its partners, supported by the German Research Foundation. CliSAP is

the nucleus of the Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability

(CEN) and a co-founder of the KlimaCampus Hamburg.


The CEN combines expertise from the natural and social sciences

and unites nine institutes and research centers at Universität Hamburg.

The KlimaCampus Hamburg brings together universities, research

facilities and authorities from across Hamburg in the context of

climate research.


Attachment: SICSS_MSc_Flyer_2017-Web-final.pdf
Description: SICSS_MSc_Flyer_2017-Web-final.pdf

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