Information on general admission requirements including necessary language skills, application procedure, admission limits and application deadlines can be found on the ASS website:
Technical admission criteria
The consecutive Masterâ€™s study programme follows on from the International Forest Ecosystem Management (B.Sc.) and Forestry (B.Sc.) bachelor programmes and is also suitable for applicants with other bachelor degrees relating to (forest) ecosystems/sustainable natural resource management and socio-ecological system research. This includes, in particular, degree programmes in the following fields:
- agriculture and forestry, agricultural and forestry sciences;
- nature conservation, environmental sciences (excluding environmental technology);
- environmental and resource economics
- teaching qualifications in the above areas of science, provided both teaching subjects are part of the above areas of science.
Since the course is taught in English, very good knowledge of English language is required.
Approximately 25 places are available each year