The bachelor degree programme in Applied Earth Sciences connects engineering and geology, and involves a challenging combination of theory and practice.
How do you heat a building with geothermal energy? Can groundwater be exploited sustainably? Which earth strata can be used to safely store the greenhouse gas CO2? How do you prevent subsidence? As a student of Applied Earth Sciences you can become an expert able to solve issues like these. It's adventurous and strongly international, but above all it's a world study: this degree programme centres on the earth itself. An Applied Earth Sciences engineer is able to find and process just about everything of value under the ground.
Language requirementsIELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL internet based: 90
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