The graduate-degree study program offered in English for Environmental Modeling (ENVA) is open for students with a bachelor degree in a relevant subject area and who wish to acquire advanced knowledge and emphasis on modelling. Students are well prepared for analyzing important environmental processes and for applying a range of techniques for modelling these processes.
Students study how to model the transport of pollutants and contaminants in different environments, and how to describe the transport processes in the atmosphere, soil, groundwater and surface water. Graduates are able to combine advanced knowledge of applied mathematics and informatics with descriptions of processes. Graduates are prepared for positions as environmental process modellers and as engineers working for national and international institutions.
The two-year study program in ENVA is perhaps our most technical and advanced science-based degree and consists of required courses and research-based field studies. Course work includes: environmental hydrology, computational hydraulics, geochemistry, computer modelling, groundwater hydraulics, fluid mechanics, applied hydropedology and applied hydroinformatics.
Students may take additional classes not included in the ENVM study plan; these will be added to your diploma supplement. Graduates may choose to continue their studies at the PhD level with a variety of resources available to support this advanced level of research. Erasmus exchange students can enrol for one or two semesters.
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|Applications start||1st November 2017|
|Applications end||31st March 2018|
|Start of study:||2nd October 2018|
Completed bachelor degree (completed undergraduate study) entrance examination from Individual interview.
|Degree||master post bachelor|
|Study duration||2 years|
|School fees||€ 185 per year 1|
1 Deadline for application might be postponed. For detailed info contact Ing. Kristina Janečková, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org)