The MSc European Forestry programme provides academic education in forestry focusing on the international dimension of sustainable forest management issues. In this programme, European forestry universities collaborate intensively to offer joint courses as well as their existing curricula, based on the knowledge and experience of forest management for which European forestry was the cradle already centuries ago. The European view on forest management is well founded both in the latest research results as well as centuries of experience.
Graduates of MSc European Forestry programme are highly demanded by the labour market. All our students graduate with the ability to work in multicultural environments and with the latest knowledge on forest management and policy-making in Europe. The majority of our graduates are currently employed around the world by organisations such as:
MSc European Forestry is co-organised by five European universities:
MSc European Forestry warmly welcomes talented and enthousiastic students from all over the world to apply. The minimum eligibility criteria are good command of English language and a BSc degree in forestry or related field.
No work experience is required.
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