Phd in geosciences in University of helsinki
Geosciences have a critical role in solving socially important global problems, such as environmental change, sufficiency and sustainable use of raw materials and critical commodities, and thus international contacts and research networks are crucial to the researchers. All major geoscience disciplines involved in the study the lithosphere and mantle of the Earth are represented in the Doctoral Programme in Geosciences. Research and studies in the programme are based on four different disciplines; geology, physical geography, solid earth geophysics and archaeology. Research focal areas of GeoDoc are, among others: global change, economic geology, isotope geology, solid earth geophysics, petrology, evolution of the lithosphere and the mantle, raw materials of Earth's crust, hydrogeology, seismology, spatial modelling, paleoecology, geochemistry and remote sensing
If you have completed or are completing your degree, an official transcript of records must be submitted to the Admissions Services of the University of Helsinki by the awarding institution, IELTS of 6.5 with a minimum score of 6.0 in the writing section, TOEFL IBT 92, a minimum score of 22 in the writing section, TOEFL PBT 580.
A scientist at a university or polytechnic in Finland or internationally, A researcher or expert position in a research institute, for example the Geological Survey of Finland, the Natural Resources Institute Finland, or the Finnish Environment Institute, An expert or a management position in a government organization, public utility or ministry, for example the Academy of Finland, Mets hallitus, Ministry of Environment, or Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, An expert in a public, private, or non-governmental organization in Finland or internationally, An expert in business.
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