Joint Master in Applied Geophysics
The Joint Master in Applied Geophysics is a two-year joint degree programme offered by three of Europe's leading science and technology institutions.
Delft University of Technology, ETH Zurich, and RWTH Aachen University
The programme builds on the strengths and the complementary expertise in Earth Science at the three universities. It offers a combination of study and research, leading to an outstanding qualification in Applied Geophysics. You can specialise in either hydrocarbon exploration and management or environmental and engineering investigations, including geothermal energy exploration and management, and you will also receive a solid background in the other specialisation area.
An overview of the courses of the Joint Master in Applied Geophysics and optional electives can be found on the IDEA League website.
In the ETH News
“An extra expenditure that paid off!”
Ten years ago, ETH Zurich began collaborating with TU Delft and RWTH Aachen on a trinational Joint Master Programme in Applied Geophysics. We asked Professor of Geophysics Hansruedi Maurer what ETH Zurich has learned from the pioneering project. Read more