Utrecht University’s Faculty of Geosciences is the largest academic institute for geosciences in the Netherlands, with 2,500 students in five Bachelor’s and sixteen Master’s programmes. The faculty offers a comprehensive range of geoscience courses in both the exact and social sciences, covering themes like: the earth, sustainability, environment, urbanisation and migration. This unique combination within a single faculty enables you to go beyond the boundaries of your own speciality and to study scientific and social issues in an integrated context.

City of Utrecht

One of the assets of the Faculty of Geosciences at Utrecht University is of course its location. Utrecht is a lively student city, with a warm and welcoming medieval centre; but it’s also a thriving, modern city, that is on the cutting edge of innovation and sustainability. Read more about the advantages and pleasures of studying in Utrecht.