Graduates of our international top-class master's degree program Climate, Earth, Water, Sustainability (CLEWS) will be trained to become experts in the field of climate science research in order to address the consequences of global warming in a science-based manner with regard to research, politics, and the public. On this webpage, you will find all the important informations about our new master's program CLEWS, the application process and the frequently asked questions.
The program at a glance
Content and credit points
Prerequisite for studying CLEWS
Stage of Processing of Applications
[bold = current phase]
- [completed] Application period ⇒ end-date: 15th of August, 2023
- [completed] Processing by uni-assist | Note: FAQ - uni-assist does not forward my application. What can I do?
- [completed] Processing at University of Potsdam & selection process
- [completed] Sending positive notifications of selected applicants
- Sending negativ notifications (till end of October)
María García, CLEWS student from Peru:
„Unlike other master programs, this is the one that captivated my attention because it delves into environmental-climate science, which underpins and support many important decisions. In addition, this master program highlights having courses taught by renowned professors, cooperation with research institutions and research opportunities, as well as a modern campus. Clews delivers everything and more I could have imagined. I'm very excited about this great opportunity.“
Johannes Wilk, CLEWS student from Germany:
"CLEWS allows me to deepen my skills in environmental science and climate physics and to develop a profound academic understanding of the pressing challenges and opportunities of our time. The master's program enables me to build up a valuable network and provides an inspiring learning environment with my fellow students."
Frequently asked questions about the application and documents are listed at the webpage FAQ about master's degree application via uni-assist. Further administrative questions shall be addressed to the Office of Student Affairs with the particular contact: postgraduate admission.
Here you can find the frequently asked questions addressed to our study porgram CLEWS: