Bachelor Applied Earth Sciences
An adventurous, international study programme in which sustainable management of nature takes center stage. Students 'AES' choose the globe as their international working area. You will take classes in the search for solutions for sustainable energy in the (distant) future, developing new techniques for enhancing soil in underground construction or in the development of recycling technologies.
Sustainable use of our globe requires engineers with a view to economic and social issues, technical knowledge and a huge level of experience. Therefore, the program offers a lot of theory and practice. Excursions, international fieldwork, exchanges and project-based learning are important. During the three-year BSc student if you get acquainted with five major technical specialisations in Earth Sciences:
- Geo-Energy Engineering
- Geoscience- and Remote Sensing
- Applied Geophysics
- Environmental Engineering
These specialisations are housed in four master varieties you might follow after earning your bachelor's degree. In another two years you will gain the title of Master of Science (MSc) in one of these variants. This master's degree is comparable to the former five-year training as an engineer (ir). The bachelor's program leads to the degree of Bachelor of Science (BSc).
Welcome at our faculty, on this page you find information about the start of the bachelor AES. Read this page carefully, information will be updated regularly.
Please send an e-mail to Secretaris-MV@tudelft.nl for more information on the Freshmen weekend AES.
You will be part of an academic community, this includes an academic attitude. Make sure that you check the Code of Honour and Code of Ethics so that you know what we expect from you as a student at TU Delft. Read the page academic attitude for more information.
Below you find some practical information. For more information check out the page education info, this page includes all practical information for new students at TU Delft.
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