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Biogeochemical cycling of metals

  • Number of credits 7.5 credits
  • Level Master’s level
  • Starting Autumn Term 2022

About the course

This course deals with the biogeochemical cycling of metals in the environment. It covers areas such as metal speciation, surface chemistry, complex formation, sedimentation, redox cycling, and discusses microbial as well as geochemical processes.

Application and eligibility

Biogeochemical cycling of metals, 7.5 credits

Visa tillfällen för föregående termin Autumn Term 2022 Det finns inga senare terminer för kursen

Starts

29 September 2022

Ends

31 October 2022

Study location

Umeå

Language

English

Type of studies

Daytime, 100%

Required Knowledge

90 ECTS credits, of which at least 60 ECTS credits are in the main area of chemistry, 15 ECTS Environmental Chemistry or the equivalent and English B/6. Entry requirements

Selection

Academic credits Applicants in some programs at Umeå University have guaranteed admission to this course. The number of places for a single course may therefore be limited.

Application code

UMU-F5606

Application

The online application opens 18 October 2021 at 13:00 CET. Application deadline is 17 January 2022. How to apply

Application and tuition fees

As a citizen of a country outside the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, you are required to pay application and tuition fees for studies at Umeå University.

Application fee

SEK 900

Tuition fee, first instalment

SEK 17,850

Total fee

SEK 17,850

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Course is given by
Department of Chemistry
Contactperson for the course is:
Madeleine Ramsted