Admissions to doctoral studies are possible in the current semester at any time up to a maximum of ten days before the start of the general admission period of the following semester. Admission deadlines
Class of Earth Sciences
Class of Geodesy
The Doctoral School of Geosciences aims to connect problem-focussed, practical research and basic research on the highest international level. It provides a platform where geoscientists from all over the world can make new contacts, initiate national and international cooperations and profit from the considerable experience of the staff. After successfully graduating from the Class of Earth Sciences you can apply your comprehensive practical and theoretical knowledge of areas such as (isotope) hydrogeochemistry, mineralogy, environmental monitoring and instrumental analytics environmental monitoring and instrumental analytics in many different applied and/or basic research subject areas.
The Doctoral School of Geosciences is very international. All courses can be held in English if needed. The doctoral school provides an effective communication platform for scientific exchange between students and professors. After completing their doctoral degree, students can apply their comprehensive knowledge of geoscience and their academic skills in many different interdisciplinary areas.