£4,181 per year
In the Comprehensive Earth Science Course, students observe the earth as one of the planets from multiple perspectives, and comprehensively study its evolutionary processes. Our course highlights “evolution of earth”, “evolution of life” and “environmental change”. To realize our goals, we carry out fieldwork not only in Japan but also in various parts around the world. In this course, geological field surveys (fieldwork), is emphasized. Usually fieldwork is conducted using cars or on foot. However, various methods are used according to the type of research, such as drill ships for seafloor drilling, snowmobiles or helicopters for polar research and camels or horses for highland rock desert.
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