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University of Bologna Master in Science of Climate
University of Bologna

Master in Science of Climate

Bologna, Italy

2 Years

English

Full time

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Introduction

Science of Climate is an interclass Master's degree program offering training activities in both the field of Physics and Geophysics. It combines the physical-mathematical knowledge in the specific field of meteorology, oceanography, and climatology with the study of the other components of the climate system (Iitosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere). In addition, the program allows students to acquire practical skills through the use of sophisticated measurement instruments and global and regional numerical models, which are essential both in the research field and the service industry.

These multidisciplinary skills are considered strategic to face the challenges of tomorrow imposed by climate change, not only in the world of research but also in civil society and in the industrial field. They contribute to the development of two key professional roles in this context: the Climatologist and the Expert in Climate Change.

5 reasons to enroll in the degree program

  1. The student will be introduced to topical issues of growing interest at the European and global levels with sustained growth of investments
  2. The structure of the course is highly multidisciplinary and unique at the national level and beyond
  3. The lectures are internationally experienced at the forefront of research, with guest lectures from academies and private sectors
  4. The student will acquire solid theoretical knowledge combined with skills in the use of state-of-the-art experimental and numerical instrumentation relevant to an ample spectrum of job sectors from the universities to the private sector
  5. Becoming an active and critical voice of a vibrant and multifaceted community that is leading a transformation of our era

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