Environmental Geoscience courses

Most University of Edinburgh 4-year undergraduate degrees have the same structure. The degrees start with 2 pre-honours years with compulsory courses as well as options (you can basically choose to study anything as an option during your first two years! So, if you decide that you actually want to study geosciences instead of French, you... Continue Reading →

Daytripping around Edinburgh

Hello everyone! Here's a blog post about some of my favourite weekend walks near Edinburgh (but not in the city centre). I don't own a bike so every place that I mention is accessible with Lothian buses (Edinburgh's normal city buses). You can check Google maps and the Lothian bus app for bus numbers and... Continue Reading →

Environmental Geoscience Field Trips

Hello! Here’s a blog post about the compulsory field trips for Environmental Geoscience (EG) undergraduate students 😊 In first year, after two weeks of classes, all earth science undergrads (geology, geology and physical geography, environmental geoscience, etc.) go on a one-day field trip to Pease Bay and Siccar Point (about 1 hour away from Edinburgh).... Continue Reading →

Two weeks in the Arctic

Hello everyone! As promised by some of my posts on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter, here is an article about my summer course at UNIS (University Centre in Svalbard), in Longyearbyen (78°N!). It was called “Shipping in the Arctic”, and lasted from the end of July to mid-August (2 weeks). You have to know that Longyearbyen does not experience... Continue Reading →

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