If you have an interest in landscape scale processes, Lund University offers excellent courses. You will gain a comprehensive overview of processes occurring at a landscape scale. After your first semester at Lund University you will spend 1 semester in Iceland (AUI) and participate in Arctic field work. In the second year, you can come back to Lund, stay in Iceland or go to any of the EnCHiL associated partners.
If Lund University is your entry point you will obtain a diploma from LU and AUI.
Overview of EnCHiL programme structure with LU as the entry point
Below you can find a list of courses that you will take in the first year of the EnCHiL programme if your entry point is Lund University. Courses in blue are common to the EnCHiL programme. Number of ECTS for each course is indicated in brackets. Courses during the second year will be chosen in consultation with the local academic coordinator.
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NGEN14 Greenhouse gases and biogeochemical cycles (15)
ATM389 Living with changing climate (5) [distance learning]
ATM302 Climate Now (2+3) [distance learning]
ATM308 Statistical tools for climate and atmospheric science (5) [distance learning]
Spring 1 *
08.31.03 Arctic forum (5)
08.32.01 EnCHiL forum (1)
08.34.03 Subarctic Soil Biology and Lateral Transport (6)
05.85.02 Communication in Environmental and Natural Resource Issues (4)
* These are the most frequently courses taught in the Iceland Spring, but there is some flexibility in the curriculum each year.
08.44.02 Governance and Sustainable Resource Management (6)
08.33.01 Arctic Planning and Environmental Changes (2)
07.12.01 Graduate Student Seminar (1)
08.35.02 Air-Sea Exchange of Greenhouse gases (5)
EnCHiL Nordic Master Programme
At the core of EnCHiL are universities and research institutions that have been successfully collaborating by offering individual online and field-based MSc and PhD courses in Iceland and Greenland over the past decade. The partners of the EnCHiL consortium have a long experience in process-based research and teaching.
Agricultural Univ of Iceland
University of Helsinki
The Programme is funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers