Graduate study programs
The Section for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture and Forestry (SeTSAF) provides a forum for the exchange of research experience and best practice models between students and professionals in research and practice worldwide.
SeTSAF promotes a broad understanding of ecosystemic as well as socio-economic problems related to natural, renewable and human resource management. It draws on advanced theoretical and application-oriented knowledge from such diverse fields as Agriculture, Development Economics, Ecology, Forestry, Geography, Nature Conservation, and relevant Social Sciences. To achieve these objectives the Section holds regular contact to English speaking post-graduate courses which are offered from the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Faculty of Forestry and Forest Ecology (please see on the right side bar).
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