Research internship, lake sediments - Greifswald, Germany

A fully funded three-month research internship is available at the University of Greifswald, Germany.

The internship will focus on "Lake sediments as witnesses of human impact and climate variations – a case study from Schweriner See (Northeast Germany)."


The starting date will be between 15 May 15 and 12 July 2021.


The Physical Geography Department at the Institute for Geography and Geology offers a fully funded three-month summer research internship in Germany for undergraduate students from North American, Canadian, British and Irish universities within the RISE Research Internship program.

The internship is open to undergraduate students, who will have completed at least two years of a degree program by the time of the internship placement.


The intern will be fully integrated in field- as well as laboratory activities of the Physical Geography Department of the University of Greifswald. It would be an asset if the student already has a basic knowledge in paleolimnology, limnogeology, sedimentology or geochemistry as this is the focus of our working group.


Applications close 15 December 2020.

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Further information

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