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Brochure of the Faculty of Geosciences

With this bilangual brochure (edition 2012) the Faculty of Geosciences at the University of Bremen would like to inform you of its extensive profiles in education and research. Besides a presentation of the geoscientific study programs and graduate schools, the research groups and adjoint professors introduce themselves to you. Considering a wide range of non-specialist readers, this presentation is rather succinct.
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History of the the Faculty of Geosciences

The Faculty of Geosciences of the University of Bremen looks back to a very dynamic development. After a long planning phase (since the foundation of the university) the first two professors were appointed in 1985 and the faculty was formally founded in 1986. 30 years later, our faculty and the closely linked MARUM Center have grown to be internationally recognized academic research and education institutions with 20 disciplinary units and four attractive B.Sc. and M.Sc. study programs.

At the event of the 30 year anniversary of our faculty, a 48 page brochure has been published:

Gerold Wefer
Geschichte des Fachbereichs Geowissenschaften der Universität Bremen
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The 48 page brochure "Geschichte des Fachbereichs Geowissenschaften der Universität Bremen" can be ordered free of charge from the MARUM Shop:

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Documentation of Study Programs (only in German)

This detailed documentation (520 p., in German only) of our four study programs was composed at the occasion of the past accrediation process in 2012. Prospective and active students and teachers will find exhaustive information on:
  • Study conditions at Faculty
  • Aims and perspectives of the study programs
  • Program structures and requirements
  • Module descriptions and examination regulations
  • Quality management and qualification profiles of teaching staff
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Brochure "Geowissenschaften studieren"

The German Geological Society (DGG) has a 150 years history and is the oldest geoscientific association in Germany. This brochure (2002, 44 p., in German only) by the DGG Committee of Young Geologists was made to raise interest in geological sciences and to helps taking good academic and professional choices. It outlines the manyfold applications of geosciences along practical career histories and answers questions regarding useful specialisations. Check out, if you could see yourself as a student and practitioner of geosciences. If so, you are bound to study successfully and also to find a suitable job at home or abroad.
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