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Full time See Course MA 2 years (4 semesters)
Agriculture (1) Biological Sciences (4) Environmental Sciences (13)

About the course

The master's degree programme Forest Science in Global Change is a two-year master's degree programme that is taught in English and is primarily intended for bachelor's degree graduates of a forestry, biological, environmental, or similar programme. The aim of the study programme is to educate graduates with an international outlook and the ability to succeed on the European and global scale and to deal with current issues of forestry innovatively and flexibly at a time of ongoing global change. Emphasis is placed on the interconnectedness of knowledge, which is why the study connects innovative forestry disciplines with modern technologies and related fields. The main goal is for students to acquire the knowledge needed to develop a modern forestry concept based on the adaptation of forests and forestry to ongoing global changes and their consequences. These are measures that lead to increasing the resilience of forests with regard to the escalating intensity of disturbances (drought, fires, wind). In addition, the study focuses on management principles that support all forest functions and ecosystem services in the context of forest bioeconomy. During the course of study, students can also focus more deeply on one of the three thematic areas by studying at a foreign university.

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Entry Requirements


90 000 Kč/year (~3 500 €/year)

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Where is Czech University of Life Sciences Prague


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