What should I choose?
The spring has come, and with that is it also time to decide which courses you should take during the upcoming fall. The 16th of April is the last day to apply, and since there are lots of courses to choose from, it might not be the easiest thing to do. The decision is extra hard for those who shall decide which master program they want to start in September. The student council for environmental scientists, MYS, wanted to help out and arranged an evening with information about the different masters programs given at their institution.
It was a mixed group of students from all three grades at the bachelor program who showed up in the Ecology building when the evening was about to start, all interested to hear which possibilities the institution could offer for their future and to be able to ask questions. The evening began with a short presentation of the programs are given at the institution, which in total is four different programs whereof one of them has four different specializations. After the introduction, teachers that are involved in the respectively programs held further presentation of the different courses that are included in the master programs. The attendees of the night was also able to ask whatever questions that might come up regarding the programs and a future as master student.
After thorough presentation of all the master programs and discussions of questions like; “How hard is it to get accepted to the different programs?” and “Which courses should i choose if I want them to combine with my bachelor in a good way?” was it finally time for some well deserved fika. Meanwhile chewing on a cake or a sandwich was it also possible to continue the questioning, both to the previous speakers as well as to current master students who attended the evening just to answer questions. All of this summed up to a little bit less confused environmental scientists that left the Ecology building that night, even though they still had a big decision in front of them. A decision which they have to take before the 16th of April. The information committee wishes you good luck with your own choices of courses; do not forget to apply before the 16th of April!
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