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Final admissions result is calculated based the interview conducted in English. Its aim is to assess candidate's aptitude for the programme, including their English proficiency.
Earth Sciences in a Changing World is an undergraduate interdisciplinary programme addressing crucial global challenges posed by contemporary environmental changes and depletion of natural resources. The main goal of the programme is to provide basic knowledge in geography, geology and anthropogenic transformations in the environment and their impact on the lives of local communities and global changes. Students gain the ability to observe and interpret phenomena and conduct basic analytical work both individually and as part of a team. They also develop adaptabilityto the changing socio-economic environment, civic responsibility, and independence.
The graduates will have a good knowledge of geography and geology and the ability to identify and describe the anthropogenic changes that occur in the environment. They will be able to assess the environmental, social and economicimpact of natural and anthropogenic changes in the environment. Additionally, they will master the basic methods of environmental management and principles of sustainable development. They will be able to independently observe, interpret and predict phenomena, suggest a positive solution and prepare expertise.