Master's Degree in Geology in Crete in Greece

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Geology

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Geology is a branch of Earth science that emphasizes the study of the physical characteristics of the Earth as well as the movement and formation of rocks and other solid features contained therein.

Greece developed their education system with higher education at the top. Over 40% of all Greeks live in Athens and there is also where the best opportunities to pursue an higher education level is. Bordered by Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Turkey, Greece is a tourist pearl with one of the world's fantastic beaches.

Crete ranks as the largest of the Greek islands in regards to population and size. It is an essential part of the national economy rich in Greek culture and heritage. It is renowned for its wide variety of flower and bird species.

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Master hydrogeology and transfers

University of Poitiers
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 Greece Heraklion

The Master Hydrogeology and Transfers of the University of Poitiers aims to train high-level hydrogeologists, able to apprehend the major environmental problems [+]

The Master Hydrogeology and Transfers of the University of Poitiers aims to train high-level hydrogeologists able to apprehend the major environmental problems of groundwater resources management both quantitatively (optimization of the implementation of drilling, determination of the volumes that can be sampled) than qualitative (physicochemical quality of water, pollution problem, ...).

Real practical field work and a competent teaching team

Hydrogeological Experimental Site of the University of Poitiers

HEU is a unique research and training infrastructure in Europe. Thirty holes of more than 120m deep are located on land belonging to the University of Poitiers. These boreholes intercept an aquifer (hydrogeological reservoir) limestone fractured and karstified.... [-]