Integrated bi-national Master of International Nature Conservation (M.Sc./M.I.N.C.)
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M.I.N.C. Administration
Grisebachstr. 6
37077 Göttingen, Germany
Tel.: ++49 (0) 551-3912399
Fax: ++49 (0) 551-3912470


PD Dr. Matthias Waltert
Workgroup on Endangered Species
Bürgerstr. 50
37073 Göttingen, Germany
Tel.: ++49 (0) 551-39 12399


Professor Nicholas Dickinson
Head of Department, Professor of Ecology
PO Box 84
Lincoln University
Lincoln 7647
Canterbury, New Zealand
Phone: ++64 (3) 325 2811 x 8405
Fax: ++64 (3) 325 3850

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Master programme

Double Degree Programme with Lincoln University, New Zealand

Georg-August-Universität offers an integrated bi-national four-semester Master´s programme in International Nature Conservation. The degree is a double degree offered jointly by Universität Göttingen and Lincoln University, New Zealand, and can be held as Master of Science (M.Sc.) or Master of Science/Master of International Nature Conservation (M.Sc./M.I.N.C.). mehr...

Apply now for the M.I.N.C. program at Goettingen university

If you have (or soon will have) a bachelor degree in Agricultural Sciences, Biodiversity, Biology, Ecology, Forest Sciences, Geography, Nature Conservation, Veterinary Medicine, Wildlife Management or similar and if you already have practical experience in nature conservation, we are looking forward to receive your application documents from 01 April - 15 May 2015 for our admission procedure.
Goettingen University offers 10 places of study each year for the Master of International Nature Conservation. Lectures start on 26 October 2015. mehr...

Master`s Open Day on 10 April 2015

If you are interested to study a Master of Science at Goettingen University, you can visit our "Master`s Open Day on 10 April 2015". We will be happy to answer all your questions there and each study program will be introduced with a presentation. mehr...