Bachelor's Courses of Study

The Division of Earth Sciences and Geography offers three Bachelor's Courses of Study:

 

Geo-study in pictures

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The picture gallery shows photos about the geo-study at the RWTH

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Facts and figures

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students of the Division complete their Bachelor's or Master's degree per year.

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Occupational profile

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Where can I work after graduation? Do I have to specialize in a specialization during my studies?

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Future

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What is the future for Geosciences? What can geoscientists learn from the past?

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Graduates

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Tobi studied Georesources Management at RWTH. After graduation, he moved to Norway, where he has been working for Equinor since 2018

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Expedition

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days travelled the research team around Prof. Reicherter with the research vessel "Meteor" on the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.

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Science Slam

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Thora Schubert, a student of Applied Geosciences at RWTH, explains in her Science Slam how important it is to listen to geoscientists

 

Studying Before Graduating High School

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The Division offers high-performing students in secondary school the opportunity to take part in complete courses in selected subjects before graduating high school

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Going abroad

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You want to combine a stay abroad with your studies? The department offers you the opportunity to spend one or two semesters at one of our partner universities. In the Exchanger Stories, students talk about their experiences abroad.

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teaching and research areas are united by the Division. Together with doctoral students and research assistants, they offer over 100 different courses per year.

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