Students and Interns at CIRC

Are you interested in participating in exciting ecological and environmental scientific research? The Climate Impacts Research Centre offers studentships and  internships based at the Abisko Scientific Research Station, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle. There are many different possibilities, including Bachelor's or Master's thesis work. For information on how to apply for Student Internships. Stay tuned for a listing of student projects appropriate for Bachelor's or Master's exam work.


Field assistants in Fingerprints of change: Abisko plants and phenology, summer, 2018

Interns in "FingerPrints of Change: Abisko plants and Phenology"

The project called "Fingerprints of Change: Abisko plants and phenology" ( or "Fjällkalendern") aims at collecting species distributions and phenology data for the Abisko region (focused in and around Abisko National Park). Involving  interns from all over Europe, participating as field and laboratory assistants. With over 100 years of plant distribution and phenology data, this project provides us with a unique time machine to allow us to quantify the change to the plant communities of this region perched on the edge of the Arctic.

Visit the project page here.

Field assistants in the CES (Constant Effort Sites) Bird Ringing Project, summer, 2018

Interns in "Constant effort sites Bird Ringing Project"

The project called CES Project (Constant Effort Sites) aims at monitoring the presence of different bird species, thus following the state of the environment and detecting possible environmental changes. The project is currently operating at different stations all over Europe. 

Learn more about the project here.

Master's and Bachelor's students collecting data and writing their thesis in Abisko, summer, 2018

Students Collecting Data for Their Master's & Bachelor's Thesis in Abisko

Students around the world come to Abisko and the Arctic to collect data for their thesis, at the same time contributing to the research projects carried out at CIRC. To learn more about students collecting data in the Arctic, read about Tara, Frida, Olivia and Demian