Doctoral Programme in Geosciences

The Doctoral Programme in Geosciences (GeoDoc) is a multidisciplinary doctoral training programme for students interested in Earth's crust, its dynamics, phenomena and social dimensions.
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Geosciences have a significant role in solving global problems and challenges, such as energy and raw material sufficiency, climate change, and chemicalization of the environment which has led to an increased demand of geoscientists in all sectors nationally and internationally.

Finland is located on the edge of the Arctic region which has significant natural resources but is also highly vulnerable to climate change impacts. In addition, Finland's bedrock has exceptional discovery potential for many hi-tech metals and critical minerals which provide excellent circumstances for geoscientific research and innovations.

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In international comparisons, research in the University of Helsinki ranks among the leading European universities and the top 100 in the world.
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