Study and teaching contents at the Institute of Meteorology and Climatology

Meteorology is Physics of the Atmosphere

Therefore, the study of meteorology is more than just a continuation of weather and climate science from geography classes, in which the processes in the atmosphere are merely described in words.

Rather, the aim is to understand the processes observed in the atmosphere by means of physical laws and equations and to investigate their causes. So if you are thinking about studying meteorology, you should have a liking for physics as well as mathematics.

Measurements and especially simulations of meteorological processes generate large amounts of data. The processing of these data requires knowledge in programming. The transfer of this knowledge is also a part of the study and is supported by lectures.

Meteorology is Physics of the Atmosphere

Therefore, the study of meteorology is more than just a continuation of weather and climate science from geography classes, in which the processes in the atmosphere are merely described in words.

Rather, the aim is to understand the processes observed in the atmosphere by means of physical laws and equations and to investigate their causes. So if you are thinking about studying meteorology, you should have a liking for physics as well as mathematics.

Measurements and especially simulations of meteorological processes generate large amounts of data. The processing of these data requires knowledge in programming. The transfer of this knowledge is also a part of the study and is supported by lectures.

STUDY PROGRAMS AT THE INSTITUTE OF METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATOLOGY

Courses of the institute are offered especially for the following study programs

Meteorology (B. Sc.)
Meteorology (M.Sc.)

Courses of other faculties