Programme Overview

Bark (by F. Gruber)Modular Organisation

The new two step degree programme allows an individual curriculum to be developed within the following framework:

  • A 6 semester Bachelor Programme,
    final award “Bachelor of Science”
  • A 4 semester Masters Programme (German or English) in one of the study programmes, final award “Master of Science”

    As an acclaimed research university, the Faculty of Forestry Sciences and Forest Ecology offers PhDs in many subjects to students that have completed a Masters degree. This can be the start of a career in research or a means to increase your career prospects. More ...

Student among flamingos (by G. Büttner)High Flexibility

All courses are assessed and credit points are given based on the ECT-System. This allows a higher degree of flexibility, as students registered at the Faculty of Forestry Sciences and Forest Ecology can study abroad for one semester at a partner university and have their courses from abroad accepted for their studies at our faculty. Students coming from abroad can receive course credit for courses taken here and take them to their home university.

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