What study mode does the Master’s programme offer?
The programme is structured to be delivered on a part-time basis in a block courses format, over six semesters. Each semester encompasses fifteen weeks of teaching. Classes are scheduled during weekdays, from 2pm to 7pm, and on Saturday, from 9am to 5pm. For a detailed timetable, you may send your enquiry to email@example.com.
How many credit points are required to graduate?
To graduate, you will required to successfully earn 120 ECTS credit points.
What are the term dates for the programme?
The academic year is made up of 2 terms. The duration of each term is 15 weeks. The first term begins in late February/Early March and ends in late June. The second term runs from October to January.
Some adjustments may apply due to public or religious festivities.
Can I receive a study plan in advance so that I can plan my time accordingly?
Yes, you may receive your relevant study plan and a timetable if you send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What specialisations are they part of the programme?
We offer you three specialisations to choose from for your future career:
- Petroleum Geology
- Mineral Resources
When will I be required to declare my specialisation?
You will be required to declare your specialisation at the start of the term.