MISU offers a broad spectrum of postgraduate courses. Note, however, that many of these courses are not given on a regular basis. If you are interested in a course that is not currently scheduled, please contact our Director of Doctoral Studies, Michael Tjernström.

Graduate courses on climate issues can also be found on the website of the

Climate Research School of the Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research.

If you can not find courses at our department, you can also check e.g.

as well as other universities like Lund, Uppsala, Göteborg, Bergen, Tromsö or Svalbard.

Also note that the Swedish e-Science Education offers a wide range of courses including programming, data management and modeling. 

Also note that it is possible to take any of our master courses. For example, if you do not have a background in meteorology, we recommend you to do Meteorogy I and Meteorology II. Please apply to our master courses trough antagning.se or universityadmissions.se (deadline 15 October and 15 March).

If you are a PhD student from another university in Sweden you can either join our graduate courses or master courses. If you are interested in the later, please apply trough antagning.se or universityadmissions.se

2018 Courses

Biogeochemical cycles, 15 hp

Schedule: Early spring 2018
Responsible: Caroline Leck
More information: here

Boundary Layer Meteorology, 7.5 hp

Schedule: Autumn 2018, start Nov 8th
Responsible: Gunilla Svensson
More information: here

Climate Modelling

Schedule: TBA (Planned for spring 2019)
Responsible: Gunilla Svensson
More information: see the SeSE website

General Circulation, 15 hp

Schedule: Autumn 2018
Responsible: Rodrigo Caballero
More information: here

Statistical Climatology, 7.5 hp

Schedule: Late spring 2018
Responsible: Abdel Hannachi
More information: here