Physical Geography and Ecosystem Analysis, internship, bachelor level
This course provides you with the opportunity to do practical training, using the skills in Physical Geography that you've come to master. You will work, either at the university itself, or at companies, public authorities or organisations. The practical training is to include at least 40 working days.
For more information about this course please refer to this PDF.
Internship report from previous students
- Case study, the Great Ordovician Biodeiversiscation Event (GOBE), 2018
- SEA-U, 2017
- CEREGE Research Centre, 2017
- Svalöv municipality, 2017
- The Alaska Whale Foundation, 2017
- GRID-Arendal, 2016-2017
- Naturum Kullaberg, 2017
- UN-SPIDER, 2016
- County Administration Board, Malmö, 2016
- Enetjärn Natur, 2016
- IKEA Group Sustainability, 2016
- Trivector Traffic, 2016
- Calluna, 2016
- Department of Geography and Planning, School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool, UK, 2016
- Swedish Forest Agency, 2016
Course facts: NGEA51
Credits: 15 ECTS
Period: Autumn & Spring
Language of instruction: Swedish or English
Prerequisites: General admission requirements and and 90 ECTS credits from the subject area of physical geography, earth science and environmental science specialising in physical geography or 90 ECTS credits specialising in meteorology and biogeophysics.