• 34 million year old microscopic planktonic foraminifera fossils from Java, Indonesia. Photo by Helen Coxall
  • Coring operation on the aft deck of icebreaker Oden. Photo by Martin Jakobsson
  • Deformed limestone, Taimyr expedition. Photo by Vicky Pease
  • Folding on Crete. Photo by Alasdair Skelton
  • Iceland. Photo by Elisabeth Däcker
  • Iceland.Photo by Elisabeth Däcker
  • Oden's bridge, SWERUS expedition. Photo by Björn Eriksson
  • Oman. Photo by Alexandre Peillod
  • Punta di Maiata, Italy. Photo by Jan Backman
  • Siccar Point in Scotland. Photo by Alasdair Skelton
  • Swedish Icebreaker Oden, Lomrog expedition. Photo by Martin Jakobsson
  • Swedish Icebreaker Oden outside Svalbard. Photo by Martin Jakobsson

11 March 2015, 12.00–16.00
Geosciencebuilding, Stockholm University

How is it to study nutrition, geology, molecular biology or perhaps environmental science? And what can you work with when you have studied organic chemistry or medical physics?

In the Geoscience building you will find the answers to everything you need to know about your science studies. You meet students and counselors who will answer your questions about education and future. See the show about Physics, attend seminars or just walk around and look at all the exhibitors. You will also find information about all our master programs.

Additionally, we invite all visitors to have a tasty "Semla".  Simply fill in the questionnaire that we hand out when you arrive.


Department of Geological Sciences
Svante Arrhenius väg 8, SE-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden | Phone: +46 (0)8 16 20 00 | Web administrator ines.jakobsson[at]geo.su.se
In case of emergency call (08) 16 22 16 or (08) 16 42 00