Applied Geosciences Master
In our applied MSc program, you can choose from three profiles depending on your interests:
We teach what we research and research what we teach: In the field of geo-energy on the extraction of geothermal energy and chemical energy sources such as hydrogen towards CO2-free energies, in the field of groundwater on sustainable water management, in the field of raw materials (metals, minerals) on resources for a supply of renewable energies, battery storage and industrial products, in the field of storage on water reservoirs and large underground facilities for heating, cooling, chemical energy sources, hydropower, greenhouse gases (CCS) and other final storage facilities.
Since the founding of the University of Karlsruhe in 1825, the field of Applied Geosciences has continously contributed to further developement of KIT in research and teaching. At Germany's oldest technical university, the focus is on sustainable use of the environment above and below ground.
Duration of studies
Fulltime: 2 Years
You at KIT!
Welcome to the Applied Geosciences at the University of Excellence KIT, one of the few institutes in Germany to achieve top positions in international rankings.
Here, at one of the largest technical research institutions in Europe, you will receive an excellent education and get to know your lecturers personally.
Karlsruhe, one of the sunniest cities in south-west Germany, offers you a high quality of life in one of Europe's strongest economic regions.
The field of Applied Geosciences contributes to the applied topics of energy, storage, groundwater and raw materials. The innovative environment at KIT enables you to advance your career in industry and research.
Together we develop sustainable solutions for global challenges!
Your future starts with us
Your commitment and our application orientation will qualify you for a job in industry, the service sector, public administration and for an academic career (doctorate). As a University of Excellence, KIT offers excellent research infrastructures within the Helmholtz Association. And our Faculty of Civil Engineering, Earth and Environmental Sciences enables you to shape your future.
What does English B2 mean?
- A-Levels with basic course English, or
- Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) with at least 90 points in the internet-based test or
- IELTS with an overall score of at least 6.5 and no section below 5.5 or
- University of Cambridge Certificate in Advanced
English (CAE) or University of Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)
- UNIcert at least Stufe II.
- See also statutes for admission to the MSc AGW
- Apply online here, information on application deadlines can be found here
- The KIT International Office offers further information on the application process here
- General information about KIT and study programs can be found here
- In addition to legal text, international students can find the Int'l Office of KIT
- usual start of the MSc is in winter semester