Study Earth Sciences in Netherlands

Master's Degrees in
Earth Sciences in Netherlands

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Studying Earth Sciences

Earth Sciences deal with the study of the Earth and its neighbours in space. Earth sciences look into aspects such as the Earth atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere and other general issues. Earth Sciences degrees are closely related to planetary sciences and can lead to careers in geology engineering.

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Studying in Netherlands

The Netherlands (also known as Holland) was the first non-English-speaking country to offer degrees in English. Therefore, various programmes are taught in English and are very internationally oriented.

18 Earth Sciences Master's degrees in Netherlands

M.Sc. Spatial Planning

Utrecht's University Master of Science in Spatial Planning teaches students how to develop innovative concepts and manage complex governance processes for the sustainable use of spatial resources such as land and shape the urban environment of the future.

Graduate School of Geosciences
M.Sc. Climate Physics

The Master’s programme in Climate Physics from Utrecht University offers you a unique combination of theoretical courses and practical training in all aspects of the Earth’s climate. You’ll study the physics, dynamics, and chemistry of the atmosphere, oceans, and cryosphere – as well as explore their interactions.

Graduate School of Natural Sciences
M.Sc. Innovation Sciences

Utrecht's University Master of Science in Innovation Sciences will teach you how to transform new ideas, knowledge and inventions into marketable innovations. You will analyse innovation in companies, as well as the position of these companies within the wider innovation system.

Graduate School of Geosciences
M.Sc. Earth Sciences

Understanding how planet Earth works is important for everyone. That is what Earth Sciences is all about. The Earth Sciences programme at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has an excellent reputation, partly due to the fact that it is small enough to facilitate personal contact between all participants but large enough to encompass the full range of pecializations.

Faculty of Sciences
M.Sc. Hydrology

The Hydrology programme is offered by the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. With a Master of Science in Hydrology you will be able to pursue a career in hydrology and water management with Engineering companies, consultants, governments, NGO’s or academia. Apply your skills to manage our world’s most precious resource: water!

Faculty of Sciences
M.Sc. Earth Structure and Dynamics

Utrecht's University Master in Earth Structure and Dynamics will explore the composition, structure, and evolution of the Earth’s crust, mantle, and core. During this two-year programme, you will learn to link geological, geophysical, geochemical, and geodetic observations made at the Earth’s surface to physical processes operating within the planet.

Graduate School of Geosciences
M.Sc. Earth Surface and Water

Utrecht's University Master of Science in Earth Surface and Water focuses on the development of earth and water surfaces under the effect of people and natural occurrences. This Master’s programme will prepare students to evaluate hazards and risks, to understand climate changes, how to keep healthy yet attractive landscapes, and how we can sustain the increasingly growing human population.

Graduate School of Geosciences
M.Sc. Marine Sciences

Utrecht's University Master of Science in Marine Sciences focuses on the way in which marine systems and processes operate naturally – and how they change through human intervention. 

Graduate School of Geosciences
M.Sc. Earth, Life and Climate

Utrecht's University Master of Science in Earth, Life and Climate provides students with essential understanding of climate change, as well as its impact upon the environment. Students learn about the sedimentary systems, the evolution of organism, from molecular to vertebrates and notions of biogeochemistry, all of them in a medium which combines theoretical and practical research.

Graduate School of Geosciences
M.Sc. Earth and Environment

Are you interested in working on solutions for these and other environmental issues? The Master in Earth and Environment at Wageningen University and Research was born from the necessity of helping the next generations of scientists find solutions for the issues confronting the way we look after our planet, now and in the future.

Environment & Landscape
M.Sc. Soil Geography and Earth Surface Dynamics

This Soil Geography and Earth Surface Dynamics specialisation at Wageningen University and Research allows you to explore the spatial and temporal processes that are active in soils, landscapes and the wider earth system. It uses an integrative approach that combines biophysical and human elements to gain insight in past, present and future system dynamics.

Environment & Landscape
M.Sc. Meteorology and Air Quality

The MSc Meteorology and Air Quality at Wageningen University allows you to specialise as a meteorologist, air quality consultant or as an atmospheric scientist. With your research you will contribute to the further understanding of atmospheric processes and their relevance for weather and climate.

Environment & Landscape
M.Sc. Applied Earth Sciences

The two-year Master of Science in Applied Earth Sciences is a challenging Engineering Programme for students with wide-ranging backgrounds ) who are interested in and concerned about sustainable use of the earth’s resources in energy production problems (oil and gas), raw materials technology and geotechnical engineering. 

M.Sc. Earth Sciences

Earth Sciences focus on the interactions between the earth, the atmosphere, surface waters and biological systems. It also studies how these are affected by human activities.

Faculty of Science
M.Sc. Earth Sciences - Future Planet Ecosystem Science

In the two-year track Future Planet Ecosystem Science of the Master’s programme Earth Sciences, you will learn quantitative methods and gain an in-depth understanding of concepts of geo-ecological systems, essential to face the grand challenges regarding global change, the management of ecosystems, and their services upon which humans rely.

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