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MSc in Meteorology

Details

NA

Annual Tuition Fee*

24 Months

Course Duration

120

Course Credits

On Campus

Delivery Medium

Course Link

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Application Fee

NA

Pre-Requisities

Documents

Application Documents, Your application for admission to the assessment procedure must include the following documents:, , a personal data sheet (cv);, a copy of your first degree certificate (your first professionally qualifying university degree); if a first degree certificate is not yet available, please include your current transcript of records; , an essay of maximally 1,000 words, in German or English, explaining your interest in and abilities pertinent to the planned Master studies, including a detailed description of your academic achievements during the first degree course. Useful information includes, for example, details on your bachelor’s thesis, such as topic and content, special lectures attended during your first degree studies, and information on the areas you intend to focus on during the planned Master’s degree course;, applicants whose first degree course was not taken at a university in a country of the European Union are required to provide verification of their expertise in the form of „Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Scores“ in Physics or Mathematics;, a completed questionnaire:, applicants to the Master's program in Physics are required to answer the questions posed at the online application portal;, questionnaire for applicants to the Master's program in Astrophysics,

Min English Scores

TOEFL

95

IELTS

7

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