Master's student at CET
Extended deadline: August 22nd! Are you a master's student working on topics related to climate and energy transformation? Then you are eligible for a workspace at CET for 2022/2023.
We have four workspaces in the CET study room available for dedicated students working with topics related to the CET’s activities. The workspaces are available for students from different disciplines who will benefit from working within an interdisciplinary study environment.
Why become a CET Master's student?
- Proximity to CET staff and researchers, who can contribute with inputs and advice in your writing process.
- Your own private workspace in the CET study room (shared room with three other students).
- Attend our regular CET Lunches and other events at the centre.
- Writing seminars, encouragment, and CET's Master's Seminar in February/March, where you present and get feedback on your research.
- Be part of a dynamic and engaging research centre.
We welcome master's students from all disciplines to apply. We currently have four spaces available.
Apply here, the application deadline for autumn 2022 is August 22nd.
Master theses from former CET Master Students:
Veera Ylipieti, Department of Geography
Working title: Sustainability reporting as a matter of social contract: management and geographical perspective.
Supervisor: Grete Rusten
Sina Storelv, Department of Psychosocial Science
Working title: Climate worries in the Norwegian population
Supervisor: Rouven Doran
Helene Othilie Drevland, Department of Geography
Original title: Perceptions of individual lifestyle changes in Norway's sustainable transition.
Supervisor: Connor Cavanagh
Aleksander Bergli, Department of Foreign Languages
Working title: Climate change and Russian media
Supervisor: Irina Anisimova
Ronya Reitan Solberg, Department of Geography
Original Title: Bærekraftig fiskeri, governance og tid. En undersøkelse av lokalsamfunnsperspektiver på hva en fremtidig fiskeriregulering kan innebære.
Kjersti Sollund Hegsbro, Department of Geography
Original title: En forbruksbasert tilnærming til klimaomstilling
Supervisor:Håvard Haarstad og Tarje Wanvik
Solveig Høegh-Krohn, Department of information and media studies
Green Journalism: Critical discourse of climate journalism
Supervisor: Martin Eide
Devyn Remme, Department of Geography
Supervisor: Siddharth Sareena and Håvard Haarstad
Anniken Williams, Department of Health Promotion and Development
Supervisor: Haldis Haukanes
Sarah-Helmine Stokke, Faculty of Law
Kjersti Kalberg, Department of Organisation and Administration Theory
Supervisor: Thor Øivind Jensen
Synnøve Beitnes, Department of Geography
Summer Drought 2018: A case study of agricultural resilience to extreme weather conditions and development of climate adaptation strategies
Supervisor: Kerstin Potthoff & Birgit Kopainsky
Amber Nordholm, Department of Geography
Supervisor: Siddharth Sareen
Siri Reintz Kleppe, Department of Sociology
Cultivating social change: Urban gardening as a manifestation of individuals needs and community concerns.
Supervisor: Atle Møen
Katharina Leucht, Agrobiology at Århus University & Department of Geography
Radishes in the rain: Exploring barriers of urban gardening in Bergen.
Supervisor: Peter Andersen
Mina Måsvær Halle, Department of Comparative Politics
Local climate adaptation: Identifying opportunities and challenges for using climate knowledge in municipal decision making.
Supervisor: Anne Lise Fimreite
Sarah Mashhadi, Department of Geography - Systems Dynamic
Can Germany Move Towards 100% Renewables Without Major Problems?
Supervisor: Erling Moxnes
Marita Johansen, Department of Health Promotion and Development (HEMIL)
Bringing together Quality of Life and Climate Change: From the perspectives of two ecovillages
Supervisor: Fungisai Puleng Gwanzura Ottemoller and Matthew Stiller-Reeves
Marianne B. Willassen, Department of Geography
Quality and collective living forms in a compact city development strategy: Our City, Our Collective.
Supervisor: Kristin Edith Abrahamsen Kjærås and Håvard Haarstad
Per Gunnar Sakseid, Department of Geography
Engagement for own neighbourhood. A study of perceptions of space, population participation and car reduction in Møhlenpris.
Supervisor: Jakob Grandin and Håvard Haarstad
Benjamin Lindberg Borch, Department of Geography
Time, power and involvement in plan processes - a case study from rail development in Moss.
Supervisor: Håvard Haarstad
Håvard Havro Bjørnstad, Department of Geography
"Return to start": A study in involvement in city planning in Bergen.
Supervisor: Håvard Haarstad