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[Met-jobs] MSc programs in Ocean and Atmosphere, University of Reading

From David Ferreira <dfer@mit.edu>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Wed, 6 Feb 2019 08:43:08 +0000

The Department of Meteorology at the University Reading offers three MSc programs in atmospheric and oceanic sciences.

 

This is an opportunity to learn from experts in the field and gain the experience, knowledge and skills for a successful career in the meteorological and climate science sectors or beyond.

Successful applicants will be part of a vibrant international cohort for research and teaching in atmospheric, ocean, land surface processes and environment science in one of the world's leading meteorology departments.

MSc Atmosphere, Ocean and Climate

Develop the skills required to understand the fundamentals of the fluid dynamics of the atmosphere and oceans, and learn how to develop numerical models of them. This course is especially ideal if you already have a strong background in maths and physics and want to enter a growing and exciting scientific field.

MSc Applied Meteorology

Develop a strong foundation in the basics of atmosphere physics, analysis of meteorological and climate data (from observations and models), and forecasting. If you are interested in a career in forecasting and applications of meteorology, weather and climate, then this course is for you.

MSc Applied Meteorology and Climate with Management

This course combines most of the meteorological and climate science modules of our MSc Applied Meteorology course with management training through the triple-accredited Henley Business School, which is part of the University of Reading.

 

For further information:

http://www.reading.ac.uk/met/masters-courses/

 

Kind regards,
David


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