University of Bonn

Department of Geography

– Bachelor of Science Geography

– Master of Science Geography

Der Bonner Masterstudiengang Geographie bietet eine Spezialisierung in vier Studienrichtungen an:

  • Entwicklung & Globalisierung
  • Governance & Raum
  • Umweltsysteme im Wandel
  • Wasser im globalen Wandel

Meckenheimer Allee 166, 53115 Bonn
Academic advice:
Andrea Frei

Potential fields of work:

  • City planning and development
  • Spatial and landscape planning
  • Public relations/media
  • Research and science
  • International aid
  • Geographic information systems (GIS)
  • Natural hazard management
  • Nature conservation and environmental protection

Expertise for studying: Basic knowledge of English
Entry requirement: Numerus clausus

Application and enrolment:

  • Deadline of application: 15th July
  • Enrolment: end of August
  • Start of course: winter term

Hydrological courses (selection):

  • Hydrology and water resource management
  • Orientation seminar ‘Water’
  • Introduction to water-related human-environmental dynamics
  • Flood risk analysis and mapping
  • Day trip ‘Streams of Bonn’

Working Group Eco-hydrology and Water Resource Management

UNESCO Lehrstuhl für Mensch-Wasser Systeme

Prof. Dr. Mariele Evers

Research foci:

  • River basin and water resource management
  • Human environmental/water research
  • Hydrological extremes e.g. floods, droughts
  • Climate change and water resources
  • Participatory methods

Research Group Hydrology

Julian Klaus, Prof. Dr.

Professor Hydrologie / University Professor Hydrology


Postadresse / Postal address:

Meckenheimer Allee 166 – D-53115 Bonn


Büro / Office:

Meckenheimer Allee 172 (3. Stock / 3rd Floor)

Raum / Room 3.009

Tel.: +49 (0)228 73-2107




United Nation University

Institute for Environment and Human Security

– Master of Science in “Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security”