How to register

How to register for the Master of Science (MSc) in Environmental Science:

Online enrolment at the Admissions Service;

For information on course contents, please contact :

Prof. Marie-Elodie Perga

For information regarding admissions and administrative questions, please contact :

Mrs Christina Stauffer

Admission deadline for 2020/21

You can register until April 30th for starting our Master in fall 2020/21.

Our Master's program always starts in autumn. It is not possible to start in the spring.
For candidates needing a visa to study in Switzerland, the deadline is February 28th

Please write a motivation letter with the following information:

- Why have you chosen this Master?
- What expectations do you have during your studies?
- What are your future career goals?

and send it directly by email to:
christina.stauffer@unil.ch

Admissions

Students wishing to be automatically admitted to the study program preparing for the Master's degree in Environmental Science have to satisfy the conditions of admission of the University of Lausanne and be in possession of:

  • a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in the study areas of Environmental science or Earth science (swissuniversities) of a Swiss university
     
  • a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in another study area, issued by a Swiss or foreign University and judged to be equivalent by the Admissions service

If the Bachelor of Science (BSc) was not obtained as mentioned above, the scientific Committee may propose the admission of the candidate without a study complement or subject to a study complement which should not exceed 60 ECTS credits  (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System).

  • If the study complement does not exceed 15 ECTS, candidates are admitted subject to the condition that the study complement is validated during the first year of the Master program
     
  • If the study complement exceeds 15 ECTS, candidates are admitted subject to the condition that the study complement is validated before starting the Master program (this implies a delay of one academic year)
     
  • If the study complement exceeds 60 ECTS, the candidate is refused.

The faculty regulations and study plans further specify these details and they are the legally binding texts.

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