Integrated bi-national Master of International Nature Conservation (M.Sc./M.I.N.C.)
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Programme Structure


The programme consists of 4 parts:

1. a study semester at Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen, Germany (25%, 30 Credits);

2. a study semester at Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand (25%, 30 Credits);

3. an internship semester including a practical project (25%, 30 Credits);

4. the Master thesis (25%, 30 Credits).



Depending on the combination of one of the two possible Lincoln University Semesters with Winter Semester (WiSe) or Summer Semester (SoSe) at Georg-August-University, there are three principal organizational options:


For Students, who start at Georg-August-Universität:

(a) If the study semester at Lincoln University will be the second semester:

- 1. Semester: Georg-August Universität (Oct. - Mid February, WiSe)

- 2. Semester: Lincoln University (End of February.- Mid June, S1)

- 3. Semester: Internship (July - Dec)

- 4. Semester: Master thesis (Jan - Oct)



(b) If the Internship semester will be the second semester:

- 1. Semester: Georg-August Universität (Oct.- Mid February, WiSe)

- 2. Semester: Internship (End of February.- Mid June, S1)

- 3. Semester: Lincoln University (July - October)

- 4. Semester: Master thesis (October - March)








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For Students, who start at Lincoln University:
Students have to enroll at Georg-August-University in October before they go to New Zealand.

- 1. Semester: Lincoln University (End of February - End of May, Semester I)

- 2. Semester: Internship (May - October)

- 3. Semester Georg-August Universität (October - February, WiSe)

- 4. Semester: Master thesis (February - September)

For details see appendix 3 of the study regulations






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Universität Göttingen

Contact

Georg-August-Universität
M.I.N.C. Administration
Wilhelm-Weber-Str. 2
37073 Göttingen, Germany
Tel.: ++49 (0) 551-3912399
email: studienbuero@biologie.uni-goettingen.de


or



PD Dr. Matthias Waltert
Workgroup on Endangered Species
Georg-August-Universität
Bürgerstr. 50
37073 Göttingen, Germany
Tel.: ++49 (0) 551-39 12399
email: studienbuero@biologie.uni-goettingen.de


or


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
e-mail: Nicholas.Dickinson@Lincoln.ac.nz