Studies

| Teaching curricula | Bachelor | Masters of the GSE Faculty
 

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Teaching curricula

The study programs usually last 10 semesters. This corresponds to 300 credits ECTS and is divided into two stages: a Bachelor and a Master, respectively 6 and 4 semesters.

The Bachelor consists of 180 credits ECTS and generally lasts 6 semesters. A Master consists of 120 credits ECTS and usually lasts 4 semesters.

The Faculty of Geosciences and Environment offers a single program in the first cycle (Bachelor) and a choice of 6 programs in the second cycle (Master).

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Bachelor

The Bachelor of Science in Geosciences and Environment offers three study paths. After a common first year, students specialise in:

  • geography,
  • environmental sciences,
  • geology.

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Masters of the GSE Faculty

The GSE Faculty currently offers six Master programs.

Part-time Master

There is the possibility to pursue a Master part-time under certain circumstances

Guidelines concerning part-time (50%) university Master studies (PDF in french)

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For further information

Studying in Switzerland
Recognition for foreign university diplomas

Studying at the University of Lausanne
Regulations and procedures for international students

Studying at UNIL in the context of a mobility program
All important information from the International Relations’ website

Finding an exchange agreement with UNIL (in french)
Database of all agreements between UNIL and other universities throughout the world

Academic Calendar (in french)
All dates and deadlines that should not be missed

Admission, registration, fees, student tax
Procedures and deadlines to be taken into account

Pre-registration online
It is also possible to submit an application by mail to the Student Admissions and Registration services

Student Welfare service
For a small aid with funding

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