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EAGE presents Learning Geoscience

Our online education platform

Education is key to EAGE’s mission to promote the development and application of geosciences and engineering. Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, online education has seen enormous growth and hundreds of people have attended EAGE courses remotely thanks to our new online interactive formats.

Behind the scenes, we have been working on new developments to constantly improve and expand the EAGE online educational offerings and we are excited to introduce the new online education platform – Learning Geoscience. The platform gives learners the possibility to follow the latest education in geoscience and engineering remotely through an integrated set of interactive, or self-paced, online courses by experienced instructors from industry and academia, as well as free learning materials, including e-lectures and webinars.

The new Learning Geoscience platform is built on three core pillars:

  • Free Learning: unlimited access to a wide range of online learning opportunities free of charge, including E-Lectures, Student E-Lectures, scheduled and on demand Webinars on the most interesting developments in geoscience and engineering;
  • EAGE Courses: carefully selected courses by EAGE instructors from industry and academia converted into online formats to give participants the possibility to follow the latest education in geoscience and engineering remotely;
  • Partner Courses: new training programmes by experienced instructors from our partner organizations.

New content is being added on a frequent basis. Discover more on

For those looking to attend three or more courses in the year, we have a special offer to help you save on registration fees and better organize your learning path: Our Education Packages allow you to combine multiple courses in multiple formats and save up to 50% on your total registration. Packages are available for both individuals and corporates. Learn more and find the right education package for you here.

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