Programme structure

The EnCHiL Programme structure

To better understand the effects of changes in nature and society at high latitudes, it is critical to identify the processes underlying these changes. The EnCHiL programme will present the student with different natural, physical, biological and social processes operating at high latitudes, and how they interact to shape arctic environments.
The EnCHiL Nordic Master program has three main entry points. Depending on your interests and approach to study environmental changes at higher latitudes one of the degree-awarding universities will offer their expertise. The specific programme path will be decided in close collaboration with the local academic coordinators at each of the EnCHiL degree-awarding universities.
EnCHiL students starting at different entry points will have different strengths in their approach to understanding changes at high latitudes. The EnChiL programme also includes joint specialized courses, both e-learning during the first semester and on campus in Iceland during the second semester, where teachers from the different partners will be involved.
All entry points have the same admission requirements.

Due to the late deadline of application (Feb 28, 2020) and the long time needed for immigration offices in Finland and Sweden to process new applications, all students with their residence outside the EEA/EU area have to start at AUI for the study year 2020-2021 and therefore select AUI as their entry point.

Overview of EnCHiL programme structure

The three entry points to the EnCHiL programme

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.

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Agricultural Univ of Iceland

Lund University 

University of Helsinki

The Programme is funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers

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