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PD Dr. rer. nat. Matthias Waltert
Bürgerstr. 50
37073 Göttingen

Tel. +49 551 39 5638
Fax. +49 551 39 9234

mwalter@gwdg.de

Administration M.I.N.C.
Michaela Deutinger
Griesebachstr. 6, Raum -1.104, SG
37077 Göttingen

Tel. +49 551 39 12399
Fax. +49 551 39 20040

studienbuero@biologie.uni-goettinge
n.de


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


Programme name: Integrated bi-national Master of International Nature Conservation
Degree: Master of Science/Master of International Nature Conservation (M.Sc./M.I.N.C.) (double degree)
Standard duration of study: 4 semesters
Starting semester: winter semester
Admission: limited admission (application to the Faculty)
Admission requirements: Bachelor’s in ecology, biology, forest sciences or related subjects
Language requirements: English (proof required); knowledge of German language not required
Application: Information
Application deadline: May 15th (for the winter semester)

Language of the Programme: English

Programme description
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

Programme structure:
- One study semester at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany
- One study semester at Lincoln University, New Zealand
- One Internship semester including a practical project
- Master Thesis


Occupation field
Service in conservational agencies, the media, botanical or zoological gardens, organisations of nature conservation