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  Environmental Sustainability and Education

University of Padua    School of Science

Full time October MSc 2 years
Biological Sciences (4) Economics (10) Environmental Sciences (13) Mathematics (25)

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Embark on a transformative journey with the Master’s degree in Environmental Sustainability and Education programme. Delve into a comprehensive exploration of the environment, equipping yourself with advanced skills in system analysis, scientific research, and environmental monitoring. The curriculum seamlessly blends theoretical knowledge with practical training, offering modules such as Applied Statistics for Natural Sciences, Remote Sensing of Environment, and Ethics and Environmental Economics. Upon completion, you will emerge as a proficient life science specialist, capable of conducting natural resource census activities, designing monitoring plans, and contributing to environmental impact assessments. The programme's unique selling points lie in its emphasis on modern teaching methodologies, including multimedia support for educational materials. To qualify for this enriching experience, a Bachelor's diploma in Environmental Science and Technologies or related fields is required, along with a strong foundation in Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and Earth Sciences. Elevate your expertise and make a lasting impact on the world with this exceptional programme.

About the course

The Master’s degree in Environmental Sustainability and Education programme offers a comprehensive view of the environment, key to modern naturalists, by combining theoretical knowledge with high-level scientific and practical training. Students will acquire advanced skills in the system analysis of the natural environment in a changing climate and will learn how to master the scientific method for research in natural sciences, the modern tools for environmental monitoring (e.g. remote sensing), data acquisition and statistical data analysis and storage, the principles and techniques of geological, floristic and faunistic investigation, and the methods for environmental impact assessments.

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Entry Requirements

Bachelor diploma (or equivalent)

A minimum three-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Environmental Science and Technologies or related subjects with proven skills in Mathematics and Informatics, Physics, General, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, Life Sciences (Botany, Ecology, Zoology, Anatomy, Biochemistry, Genetics etc.), Earth Sciences (Geology, Paleontology, Mineralogy, Geomorphology, Petrography, etc.) and related European Union Law.

Additional entry requirements: Entry title and GPA

English: B2 level (CEFR) or equivalent

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Our tuition fees will not exceed 2700 euros per year. Scholarship and fee waivers are available for international students, for more information visit our website.

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