The Master of Science in European Forestry Erasmus Mundus (MSc EF) is a Master's degree programme provided by a consortium of seven well known European universities. The MSc EF is an international double-degree programme, which has been acknowledged by the European Commission as a top quality European MSc under the Erasmus Mundus programme.The focus of the programme is on the international dimensions of forest resource management and utilisation, supported by a sound understanding of ecological conditions and their dynamics in Europe.
The curriculum of the new MSc European Forestry program is divided into 8 modules, of which 6 modules are studied during the first study year, and two modules during the second study year.The studies of the first academic year consist of the following courses:
MODULE 1 - Trends in European Forestry
MODULE 2 - Sustainable Forest Management in Europe
MODULE 3 - Elective Courses
MODULE 4 - Applied Period in Forest Institutions -
MODULE 5 - European Forestry Field Course
MODULE 6 - Multifunctional Forestry in Mountain Regions
During the second year, the students have the chance to specialise in their fields of interest by taking obligatory and elective courses and carrying out the master's thesis in one or two of the consortium universities.
MODULE 7 - Advanced Courses at MSc EF consortium universities
MODULE 8 - Master's thesis
In order to be eligible to apply to MSc European Forestry you must have a reasonable background in forest management / forest science / forestry. You do not need to have a BSc in forestry but you must have studied forestry subjects for your degree. For example, if you have a BSc degree in Nature Conservation with a minor in forest management you are eligible to apply.
No work experience is required.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS we offer you the chance to receive up to £10,000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
The main aim of the University of Lleida, apart from research, is the integral training of the student with quality services. This means that, as well as scientific learning, we offer many and varied possibilities to harmonise your studies with other learning, cultural or leisure activities.