Post-graduation In Atmosphere

This is an incomplete list of research institutions in Latin America where it's possible to do a master and/or doctorate in atmospheric physics / atmospheric sciences / meteorology (but those where lidar research is possible are listed in the other link). If some of this information is incomplete, incorrect or need update, please contact me using the link in the lower right corner.


This is the Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences ( of the University of São Paulo ( They have one of the traditional postgraduate programs in meteorology in Brazil, which covers basically all possible areas of meteorology. More information here:


This is the Center for Weather Forecast and Climate Studies ( of the National Institute of Space Research ( They have at least two postgraduate programs that might be of interest.

The postgraduate program on Meteorology is one of the traditional in Brasil and they develop research lines close to those of CPTEC. More information here: The postgraduate program on Earth System Sciences has as main areas observation and modeling of ocean, atmosphere, cryosphere and biosphere, and their interactions, considering the human component. More information on this website:


Cliamb is the postgraduate program in Climate and the Environment offered as a partnership between the National Institute of Amazon Research ( and the State University of Amazonas ( For more information, please visit this website:


The Federal University of São Paulo ( has a postgraduate program on Integrated Environmental Analysis. The main areas are "Environmental evaluation, prognostic and diagnostics", "Environmental monitoring", and "Environmental Control and Remediation". For more information, please visit this website:


The National University of Mexico ( has a postgraduate program on Earth Sciences which involves researchers from different departments, including the Department of Atmospheric Sciences. Hence they cover a wide range of subjects. More information about the program here: and about their atmospheric sciences here