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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

The goals of an environmental studies program include finding ways to increase energy efficiency, minimize pollution, increase environmental awareness and encourage alternative energy use. The main focus for students is to learn how to assess and solve environmental problems.

 

The basic characteristic of Austrian higher education system is a four-year course. After completion of undergraduate degree, the university often have scholarships for those students who may want to further studies to master’s and even to doctorate levels.

Innsbruck is home to some of the oldest learning facilities in Austria. Several universities are hosted by this town, with the most-known being University of Innsbruck and MCI Management Centre Innsbruck.

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University of Göttingen

The programme is held in English. It deals with international problems of nature conservation in the context of conservation biology. ... [+]

Master in International Nature Conservation (M.Sc./M.I.N.C.)

Degree: Master of Science/Master of International Nature Conservation (M.Sc./M.I.N.C.) (double degree)Standard duration of study: 4 semestersStarting semester: winter semesterAdmission: limited admission (application to the Faculty)Admission requirements: Bachelor’s in ecology, biology, forest sciences or related subjectsLanguage requirements: English (proof required); knowledge of German language not requiredApplication: InformationApplication deadline: May 15th (for the winter semester)Language of the Programme: English

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The programme is held in English.It deals with:

International problems of nature conservation in the context of conservation biology Learning contrasts through integrated study semesters at Lincoln University, New Zealand (continent-island; north-south hemisphere; different conditions and approaches to nature conservation) Support through the advisory board of well-known nature conservation experts from international nature conservation organisations, practice-oriented with Internship-semester at an organisation of nature conservation ... [-]
Austria Innsbruck
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October 2019
Full-time
4 semesters
Campus
University of Göttingen

This Joint degree programme of Agricultural Faculties of University Göttingen and University Kassel is for students who want to contribute to a sustainable development of ... [+]

Master in Sustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONAMA) (M.Sc.)

This Joint degree programme of Agricultural Faculties of University Göttingen and University Kassel is for students who want to contribute to a sustainable development of agriculture worldwide. It offers a well-founded knowledge of biophysical and socio-economic factors determining agricultural livelihood systems, an understanding of global ecosystems and their relationship with agriculture and social, professional and methodological expertise. Three profiles: International Agribusiness and Rural Development Economics, International Organic Agriculture and Tropical Agriculture.

Course description

The Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters programme in Sustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONAMA) is a two-year world-class integrated programme aimed at qualifying graduates for dealing with the enormous challenges in sustainable management of natural resources, namely the challenge of management of forests and natural areas in an integrated landscape context.... [-]

Austria Innsbruck
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October 2019
Full-time
4 semesters
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