WO Master

Biological Sciences: Freshwater & Marine Biology

Tijdsduur
24 uur
Studievorm
Voltijd
Tijdsduur
24 uur
Studievorm
Voltijd
Het is gratis en niet gebonden 👍

Over deze opleiding

In the two-year track Freshwater & Marine Biology in the Master's programme Biological Sciences you will immerse yourself in research ranging from tropical marine biology to the ecology of wetlands.

Water covers about 70% of our planet and sets it apart from every other planet we know. Water plays an important role in the global climate and is a source of food, minerals, energy and recreation. Aquatic ecosystems teem with organisms, ranging from tiny phytoplankton and zooplankton to coral, fish, and whales. Unfortunately, aquatic ecosystems are also used as 'dumping grounds' for much of society's waste and are profoundly affected by global change.

Why the UvA?
The Netherlands is a world leader in water management and aquatic research. The track Limnology and Oceanography applies this expertise to its investigation of lake, river, sea and ocean ecosystems. It is unique in the Netherlands in that it devotes attention to both freshwater and marine ecosystems and integrates the scientific disciplines relevant to aquatic ecosystems.

Diploma

MSc

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2019 wettelijk tarief2083 EUR

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