The Doctoral Programme in Geosciences (GeoDoc) offers high quality postgraduate degree studies, research infrastructure, facilities, and supervision in Geology, Physical Geography, Solid Earth Geophysics, and parts of Archaeology. Research focal areas are Global Change, Economic Geology, Isotope Geology, Solid Earth Geophysics, raw materials of Earth's crust, Hydrogeology, Seismology, Regional Modelling, Paleoecology, Geochemistry and Remote Sensing. GeoDoc is a joint programme of the Department of Geosciences and Geography, the Department of Physics, and the Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies.

The Programme provides advanced courses, seminars and multidisciplinary workshops, promotes good practices in research supervision, and supports doctoral students' international activities, such as visits to laboratories and conferences.