As a scientist with three or four years of study behind you, you may feel that you are already fully trained. And, of course, you can choose to enter your professional life! However, if you would like to specialise in your field in order to increase your competitiveness on the labour market, a Master’s programme is an excellent option. A Master’s degree is usually essential for an academic career.
We offer eight International master's programmes in English:
The Department offers challenging multi-disciplinary Master's programmes, most of them open to international students. Our Master's programmes are of high quality and are closely connected to our research. Studying science at the advanced level will give the student the ability to think critically, manage scientific methods and communicate science.
The duration of the Master's programmes is two years (120 hec). The Master's programmes are open to students with a Bachelors degree or the equivalent.
Nordic masters program in biodiversity and systematics.
Nordic Academy of Biodiversity and Systematic Studies