Forest Information Technology (M.Sc.) (FIT)
Use your chance to become a specialist for the application of information technologies in forestry and environment - This is your passport to the future !
"The mission of Forest Information Technology (FIT) (M.Sc.) is to offer high level educational opportunities in the field of information technologies with a focus on forestry and environment related applications. The programme is jointly developed, managed and accomplished by the University for Sustainable Development Eberswalde (University of Applied Sciences) and the Warsaw University of Life Sciences ."
Prof. Dr. Alfred Schultz
Prof. Dr. Michal Zasada
Apply now for Forest Information Technology (MSc)!
to UNI-ASSIST (University Application Service for International
Students). Please start your application under http://www.uni-assist.de.
We strongly recommend to submit your documents to UNI-ASSIST by May 1, because of the long visa application procedures.
UNI-ASSIST will pre-check your application documents and will
forward them to us, in case of a positive result.
Applicants with a German degree can apply between June 1 and September 5 at the Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development via the EMMA+ online application system (https://emmaplus.hnee.de).
Polish applicants have to apply at the Warsaw University of Life
Sciences until August 15.
Students can only be enrolled in the winter semester of each year.
You are welcome to ask for further Information!
Mrs. Astrid Schilling is your contact for all questions concerning the application procedure:
Phone: 0049-33 34-657 167
The FIT study programme flyer gives you a brief overview of structure and content.
Opening session for the first semester students 2018/2019 on 24th of September 2018
You can read and download the program of the subsequent introductory week here.
German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) on FIT
In their master’s programmes broschure 'Models of Success - Open to international cooperation and individual educational biographies' the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) highlights different aspects on higher education cooperation through international partnerships or interdisciplinary collaborations with the FIT study program.