MSc European Forestry, University of Eastern Finland
- Fully Funded
- 13 January 2017
MSc European Forestry (MSc EF) is a top class taught masters programme in the field of forest sciences. The quality of our programme is acknowledged by the European Commission, which awarded the MSc European Forestry an Erasmus Mundus status for years 2004-2014 and for years 2016-2019.
The MSc European Forestry programme provides academic education in forestry focusing on the international dimension of sustainable forest management issues. The programme is an extra dimension to the already existing educational markets in forestry and nature management in Europe. 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 MSc European Forestry programme responds to the increasing number of issues in forest and nature management at international as well as national levels, which provide a whole range of new challenges and demands for policy making and management at the national, European and wider international level. The European view on forest management is well founded both in the latest research results as well as centuries of experience.
Our graduates are amongst the most sought after in the field by national and international employers alike.
- Bachelor's degree in forestry or related field with good grades issued by an internationally recognised university. Eligible applicant must have considerable academic knowledge in forest management.
- Good command of English language. TOEFL IbT 79 / PbT 550 or IELTS 6.0.
The TOEFL® test is a popular option for students to meet the English-language requirements for scholarships.
Annual consortium fees for the students from the Programme Countries* are 4 250 EUR and for the students from the Partner Countries** 8 500 EUR. An additional 1 000 EUR is collected from students as a field course contribution towards accommodation and some of the meals provided during European Forestry Field Course. *) Programme countries are EU countries + Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey. **) Partner countries are all other countries except the countries listed above.
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