two major courses can be chosen from a total of four topics: MT
(Theory), MK (Climate), MG (Boundary Layer) and ME (Experimental
Research), which are directly connected to the research groups fields of interest.
Additionally, there is a range of optional subjects to choose from to
help you shape your individual scientific profile.
The most important documents to organize your studies are
* The Study Regulations document is an English reading version only. The
only officially and legally binding version is the German original.
However, the English reading version is closely translated and
contentwise identical for all practical purposes.
The welcome events for the new students in our master's program "MSc Atmospheric and Climate Sciences" are still being organised by students and staff and a specific date for the first part has not yet been set.
Stay tuned for further information and updates!
The former master's program "MSc Meteorology" is now officially named "MSc Atmospheric and Climate Sciences".
The new name represents the diversity of the program far better than the old name and emphasizes the larger context of a changing climate in which all our teaching and research takes place. There will be no changes to the content of the course. Students in the former MSc Meteorology Programm may apply to change to the new name (with a transitional period of two years). All related documents will be updated in the following days.
Students who started in the former M.Sc. Meteorology program may apply to continue their studies under the new 2023 regulations and will receive a diploma with the new title M.Sc. Atmospheric and Climate Sciences.
Please note that some forms are yet to be translated. Please ask for assistance in case you do not find the adequate documents.