Heidelberg University

2018 Conference Partner

Institute of Geography, Heidelberg University

2018 Conference Partner

Marsilius Kolleg, Heidelberg University

2018 Conference Partner

The Marsilius College of the University of Heidelberg proposes scientific bridges between the scientific cultures at Heidelberg. Through scientific talks and joint projects, mutual understanding and cooperation between nature and life sciences, on the one hand, and the humanities, cultural, social and legal sciences, on the other hand, are to be promoted. Since 2007, the Marsilius Kolleg has been part of the Heidelberg Future Concept in the Excellence Initiative of the Confederation and the Länder.

Geography and Geology, School of Environmental Sciences, University of Hull

2017 Conference Host

Geography is a fascinating discipline, and at Hull we are a leading centre for teaching and research into issues of global importance. Our focus is on equipping our graduates with the skills, knowledge and experience to ensure they succeed in their career pathway.

At Hull we’re praised for our teaching; we were ranked among the top 10 geography schools nationally in the 2011 National Student Survey. You will learn in our world-class laboratories and lecture theatres, and receive expert teaching of the most advanced ideas.

We are a friendly school, offering a wide range of study including climatology, environmental sciences, geology, archaeology, and meteorology, to name just a few.

Fieldwork is a big and exciting part of our study, both at home and overseas. All core field work is provided free of charge, with opportunities to visit to Germany, Iceland, Italy, Spain, Tenerife and the United States.

We are a leading research school and, as a result, our teaching reflects the latest thinking in the discipline. We specialise in global issues such as climate change, globalisation, renewable energy, and low carbon futures.

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