Climate Studies & Meteorology degrees prepare specialists who analyse weather conditions over large periods of time and study the atmosphere and its phenomena (air pressure, temperature). Meteorology students take classes on Chemistry, Geography, and Biology, and learn to analyse winds, air circulation, and forecast the weather. Graduates find work in broadcast and forensic meteorology, weather research labs, and more.Read more about studying a Climate Studies & Meteorology degree
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Study abroad in Norway, the country that is consistently ranked by the UN as having the highest standard of living in the world based largely on average levels of education and income. Higher studies in Norway are some of the best in Europe. International students have plenty of English-taught degrees to choose from at universities and colleges in Norway.Read more about studying abroad in Norway
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