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The Global Forest Information Service in collaboration with the Joint IUFRO-IFSA Task Force on Forest Education have partnered to create a space dedicated to global forest-related education. Outlined on this page are the location, name, and link to most of the World’s forest-related Bachelor, Master and PhD programs.

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CityCountryUniversityProgramLevel
Comodoro RivadaviaArgentinaUniversidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan BoscoForest EngineeringBachelor
PosadasArgentinaUniversidad Nacional de MisionesForest EngineeringBachelor
Santiago del EsteroArgentinaUniversidad Nacional de Santiago del Estero (UNSE)Forest EngineeringBachelor
EnsenadaArgentinaUniversidad Nacional de la PlataForest EngineeringBachelor
FormosaArgentinaUniversidad Nacional de FormosaForest EngineeringBachelor
CanberraAustraliaAustralian National UniversityForest ScienceDevelop knowledge and skills about the relationships between society and environment, with a particular emphasis on forests and woodlands.Bachelor
CanberraAustraliaAustralian National UniversityForestryFlexible program of advanced learning to develop your knowledge and skills in forestry and the forest sciences and their relationship to other land management disciplinesMaster
VictoriaAustraliaUniversity of MelbourneForest ScienceDetailed understanding of forest systems including forest productivity and ecosystem servicesBachelor
VictoriaAustraliaUniversity of MelbourneForest ecosystem scienceOffers the knowledge, skills and analytical capabilities to shape the development of forest and natural resource management enterprises world-wideMaster
LismoreAustraliaSouthern Cross UniversityForest Science and ManagementDevelop skills and an understanding of the multi-faceted aspects of sustainable resource managementBachelor
LismoreAustraliaSouthern Cross UniversityForest Science and ManagementProvides targeted forest science and management education and trainingMaster
ViennaAustriaUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, ViennaForestryUm die Funktionen des Waldes für kommende Generationen zu sichern, ist eine fachkundige Bewirtschaftung unserer Wälder von besonderer Bedeutung.Bachelor
ViennaAustriaUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, ViennaWood and Fibre TechnologyDie Holzwirtschaft beginnt ab dem Zeitpunkt, ab dem der Baum umgeschnitten wurde.Bachelor
ViennaAustriaUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, ViennaMountain ForestrySustainable, science-based management of forests and woodlands in mountain areas.Master
ViennaAustriaUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, ViennaForest SciencesUm die Funktionen des Waldes zu sichern, ist eine fachkundige Bewirtschaftung unserer Wälder von besonderer Bedeutung.Master
ViennaAustriaUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, ViennaWood Technology and ManagementDie Holzwirtschaft zählt in Europa und gerade auch in Österreich zu einem der wichtigsten Industriezweige. (Information only available in German)Master
ViennaAustriaUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, ViennaEuropean ForestryThe Master of Science in European Forestry Erasmus Mundus (MSc EF) is provided by a consortium of seven well known European universities.Master
ViennaAustriaUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, ViennaDoctoral studies of Natural Resources and Life SciencesBefähigung zu selbständiger wissenschaftlicher Arbeit sowie zur Heranbildung und Förderung des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses auf den Gebieten der Bodenkultur.PhD
GemblouxBelgiumUniversité de Liège - Gembloux Agro-Bio TechBioengineeringBachelor
GemblouxBelgiumUniversité de Liège - Gembloux Agro-Bio TechForests and Natural Areas EngineeringLe bioingénieur en Gestion des Forêts et des Espaces naturels dispose des compétences nécessaires (analyse, modélisation, méthodes de gestion) pour contribuer à une gestion durable et multifonctionnelle des écosystèmes forestiers et des espaces naturels, que ce soit en milieu tempéré ou tropical. Il est formé pour répondre aux grands enjeux planétaires comme la déforestation, l’érosion de la biodiversité, les changements climatiques, etc. Il contribue ainsi à mettre en valeur, au bénéfice de tous et, en particulier, des populations locales, les biens et services que fournissent les écosystèmes.Master
GhentBelgiumGhent University - Department of Forest and Water ManagementBioscience Engineering: Joint sectionThe Bachelor of Bioscience Engineering aspires to educate a polyvalent academic bachelor who is able to function within society and who has in-depth scientific background knowledge and skills concerning the living matter and engineering techniques that enables him/her to orient towards a master programme offered by the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering or (to a lesser extent) a professional environment. The bachelor programme focuses on a broad general scientific education, that brings the students to a high level of knowledge and competences concerning the living matter and that sets the basis for a fundamental understanding of the living matter and related processes. The students are made familiar with the scientific way of thinking in different disciplines in the field of Applied Biological Sciences. In addition learning attitudes and learning skills are taught, enabling them to fully participate in a rapidly evolving society in which knowledge can be questioned, therefore an attitude of lifelong learning is required.Bachelor
GhentBelgiumGhent University - Department of Forest and Water ManagementBioscience Engineering: Land and Forest ManagementThe link to the Master or (to a lesser extent) a professional environment, is made by five main subjects including Land and Forest Management. The link between education and research is also made clearer through these main subjects. A project work which includes a component specifically designed for each main subject and a overall component, namely methodology is offered to all students.Bachelor
GhentBelgiumGhent University - Department of Forest and Water ManagementBioscience Engineering: Forest and Nature ManagementThis master aspires to educate academic engineers who can contribute to sustainable use and integrated management of forest and nature in general. As forest and natural areas and open landscapes in general, become scarce, the demand for diverse functions and services increases. This calls for strong management expertise, particularly to achieve multifunctionality of forests and nature. Next to core courses such as forest ecology, nature management, silviculture and wood biology there are typical supporting courses in the engineering domain. These include management, advanced statistics and data processing. Specific courses focus on newly developing trends in sustainable forest and nature management and valorization of forest products. The silvicultural component features conversion techniques of homogeneous softwood stands, afforestation of marginal sites such as dumping sites and sludge deposits, monitoring of the biogeochemical cycle and nature restoration techniques. The quantitative disciplines of forest and nature management cover adapted terrestrial inventory procedures, advanced planning methods, and the application of remote sensing and GIS for mapping, monitoring and spatial planning purposes.Master
GhentBelgiumGhent University - Department of Forest and Water ManagementBioscience Engineering: Soil and Water ManagementThe objective of this master programme is to provide a broad education in the biological, physical and chemical aspects of the sustainable management of land and water, both in natural as well as in artificial ecosystems. The engineer graduating from this master is expected to thoroughly understand the properties and processes occurring in soils and surface and groundwater, and has to be able to control these processes and quantitatively assess and predict the consequences of control measures on the functioning of ecosystems. Important international themes of the 21st century, such as the global water resource depletion, soil conservation and land degradation are a strong challenge to the Master of Bioscience Engineering: Land and Water Management. The foundation of the programme is provided through a series of basic courses, leading to a detailed fundamental knowledge of soil science topics (such as pollution and sanitation of soils, nutrient management, soil erosion), topics related to water management (such as hydrologic modelling, water quality management, ground water modelling), and engineering courses (such as geostatistics and hydraulics). Furthermore, a number of courses can be chosen, partly from a limited list, partly through free choice, which allow a specialization in certain aspects of land or water management.Master
LeuvenBelgiumDepartment of Earth and Environmental Sciences - Katholieke Universiteit LeuvenForests and Natural Areas EngineeringMaster
LeuvenBelgiumDepartment of Earth and Environmental Sciences - Katholieke Universiteit LeuvenForestryPhD
Belmopan CityBelizeUniversity of BelizeNatural Resources ManagementBachelor
LobesaBhutanRoyal University of BhutanForestryPromotes sustainable development through leadership in education, research and professional services in Agriculture, Natural Resources Management and Rural Development.Bachelor
TarijaBoliviaUniversidad Autónoma Juan Misael SarachoForest EngineeringBachelor
Santa Cruz de la SierraBoliviaUniversidad Autónoma Gabriel René MorenoForest EngineeringBachelor
TrinidadBoliviaUniversidad Técnica del Beni Mariscal José BallivianForest EngineeringBachelor
CochabambaBoliviaUniversidad Mayor de San SimónForest EngineeringBachelor
Santa MariaBrazilFederal University of Santa MariaBachelorBachelor
Vitória BrazilUniversidade Federal do Espirito SantoForest EngineeringBachelor
Brasília BrazilUniversidade de BrasíliaForest EngineeringBachelor
Lavras BrazilFederal University of LavrasForest EngineeringBachelor
Santarém BrazilFederal University of Western ParáForest EngineeringBachelor
São CristóvãoBrazilUniversidade Federal de SergipeForest EngineeringBachelor
São PauloBrazilUniversity of São PauloForest EngineeringBachelor
SofiaBulgariaUniversity of Forestry [Sofia]Wood technologyBachelor
SofiaBulgariaUniversity of Forestry [Sofia]Interior and Furniture DesignBachelor
SofiaBulgariaUniversity of Forestry [Sofia]Candidate engineer trainingBachelor
Phnom PenhCambodiaRoyal University of AgricultureForestryBachelor
DschangCameroonUniversité de DschangForestryBachelor
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaForest SciencesBachelor
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaForest Resource ManagementBachelor
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaForest OperationsBachelor
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaNatural Resources ConservationBachelor
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaWood Products ProcessingBachelor
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaInternatinal ForestryMaster
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaForestryMaster
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaForestryPhd
VancouverCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaSustainable Forest ManagementMaster
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaForestryBachelor
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaEnvironmental and Conservation SciencesBachelor
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaForest Biology and ManagementMaster
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaForest Biology and ManagementPhd
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaForestryMaster
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaForestry and Business AdministrationMaster
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaAgroforestryMaster
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaForest EconomicsPhd
EdmontonCanadaUniversity of AlbertaForest EconomicsMaster
Thunder BayCanadaLakehead UniversityForestryBachelor
Thunder BayCanadaLakehead UniversityEnvironmental ManagementBachelor
Thunder BayCanadaLakehead UniversityForestryMaster
Thunder BayCanadaLakehead UniversityForest SciencePhd
Quebec CityCanadaUniveriste LavalBaccalauréat coopératif en opérations forestièresBachelor
Quebec CityCanadaUniveriste LavalBaccalauréat en aménagement et environnement forestiersBachelor
Quebec CityCanadaUniveriste LavalBaccalauréat intégré en environnements naturels et aménagésBachelor
Quebec CityCanadaUniveriste LavalMaîtrise en sciences du bois -Master
Quebec CityCanadaUniveriste LavalMaîtrise en sciences forestièresMaster
Quebec CityCanadaUniveriste LavalMaîtrise en sciences forestièresMaster
Quebec CityCanadaUniveriste LavalDoctorat en sciences du boisPhd
Quebec CityCanadaUniveriste LavalDoctorat en sciences forestièresPhd
MonctonCanadaUniversité de MonctonForestryMaster
MonctonCanadaUniversité de MonctonAménagement des forêtsBachelor
MonctonCanadaUniversité de MonctonAménagement des forêts - option coopBachelor
MonctonCanadaUniversité de MonctonAgroforesterieBachelor
FrederictonCanadaUniveristy of New BrunswickForestryBachelor
FrederictonCanadaUniveristy of New BrunswickEnvironment and Natural ResourcesBachelor
FrederictonCanadaUniveristy of New BrunswickForestryMaster
FrederictonCanadaUniveristy of New BrunswickEnvironmental ManagementMaster
FrederictonCanadaUniveristy of New BrunswickForest EngineeringMaster
FrederictonCanadaUniveristy of New BrunswickForestryPhd
Prince GeorgeCanadaUniversity of Northern British ColumbiaNatural Resource ManagementBachelor
Prince GeorgeCanadaUniversity of Northern British ColumbiaIntegrated Wood DesignMaster
Prince GeorgeCanadaUniversity of Northern British ColumbiaNatural Resource and Environmental StudiesMaster
Prince GeorgeCanadaUniversity of Northern British ColumbiaNatural Resource and Environmental StudiesMaster
Prince GeorgeCanadaUniversity of Northern British ColumbiaNatural Resource and Environmental StudiesPhd
TorontoCanadaUniversity of TorontoForest Conservation ScienceBachelor
TorontoCanadaUniversity of TorontoForest Conservation ArtsBachelor
TorontoCanadaUniversity of TorontoForest Biomaterial ScienceBachelor
TorontoCanadaUniversity of TorontoForest ConservationMaster
TorontoCanadaUniversity of TorontoForestryMaster
TorontoCanadaUniversity of TorontoForestryPhd
BurnabyCanadaSimon Fraser UniversityResource and Environmental ManagementMaster
BurnabyCanadaSimon Fraser UniversityResource and Environmental ManagementPhd
La FronteraChileUniversity of the FrontierForest ScienceBachelor
TalcaChileUniversidad Católica del MauleForest ScienceBachelor
ValdiviaChileUniversidad Austral de ChileForest EngineeringBachelor
ValdiviaChileUniversidad Austral de ChileConservation of Natural Resources EngineeringBachelor
SantiagoChileUniversidad de ChileForest ScienceBachelor
TalcaChileUniversity of TalcaForestry EngineeringBachelor
BeijingChinaBeijing Forestry UniversityForestryDevelop well-rounded and highly competent knowledge that will play leading roles in the future development of forestry and ecological environmentBachelor
GuizhouChinaGuizhou UniversityForestryTraining professional personnels in the development of forestry, vegetation recovery and landscaping in GuizhouBachelor
GuizhouChinaGuizhou UniversityForest Resource Protection and RecreationBachelor
GuizhouChinaGuizhou UniversityForest CultivationMaster
GuizhouChinaGuizhou UniversityWildlife Protection and UtilizationMaster
FujianChinaFujian Agriculture and Forestry UniversityForestry SciencesNo description providedBachelor
FujianChinaFujian Agriculture and Forestry UniversityAgronomy (Forestry)No description providedMaster
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityLandscape Architecture DesignBachelor
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityChemical Engineering of Forest productsBachelor
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityWood Science and EngineeringBachelor
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityMechanical Design and Manufacture & AutomationBachelor
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForest Economics and ManagementBachelor
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForest EngineeringBachelor
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForestryBachelor
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityLight Chemical EngineeringBachelor
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForest Economics and ManagementMaster
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForest MicrobiologyMaster
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForest EngineeringMaster
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForest Genetics and Tree BreedingMaster
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForestryMaster
NanjingChinaNanjing Forestry UniversityForestryPhD
HarbinChinaNortheast Forestry UniversityForestryWith forestry as leading field and offers a unique specialization in forestry engineeringBachelor
HarbinChinaNortheast Forestry UniversityForest EngineeringBachelor
HarbinChinaNortheast Forestry UniversityForest Economics and ManagementSpecializes in forestry-related aspects of agriculture, science, engineering, economy, management, liberal arts and lawBachelor
HarbinChinaNortheast Forestry UniversityForestryWith forestry as leading field and offers a unique specialization in forestry engineeringMaster
HarbinChinaNortheast Forestry UniversityForest EngineeringMaster
HarbinChinaNortheast Forestry UniversityForest Economics and ManagementSpecializes in forestry-related aspects of agriculture, science, engineering, economy, management, liberal arts and lawMaster
ShaanxiChinaNorthwest A&F UniversityEconomics and Management of Agriculture and ForestryBachelor
ShaanxiChinaNorthwest A&F UniversityForestryBachelor
ShaanxiChinaNorthwest A&F UniversityManagement of Agriculture and ForestryMaster
ShaanxiChinaNorthwest A&F UniversityForestryWith forestry as leading field and offers a unique specialization in forestry engineeringMaster
ShaanxiChinaNorthwest A&F UniversityForestry EngineeringMaster
ShaanxiChinaNorthwest A&F UniversityForestryPhD
ShaanxiChinaNorthwest A&F UniversityForestry EngineeringWell-developed programs in agriculture, forestry and water resourcesPhD
ShaanxiChinaNorthwest A&F UniversityManagement of Agriculture and ForestryphD
Chiayi CityChina - TaipeiNational Chiayi UniversityForestry and Natural ResourcesThrough better understanding the importance derived from the Forest Ecosystem, we are making an effort to approach the reasonable application for sustainable management of natural resources.PhD
Chiayi CityChina - TaipeiNational Chiayi UniversityForestry and Natural ResourcesProvide industry with well educated, highly trained and skilled professionals in the areas of theory, technology, management and forest products industry.Master
Chiayi CityChina - TaipeiNational Chiayi UniversityForest ScienceBachelor
TaipeiChina - TaipeiNational Taiwan UniversityForestry and Resource ConservationDeveloping professionals for the planning and management of forest resources as well as the environment Bachelor
TaipeiChina - TaipeiNational Taiwan UniversityForestry and Resource ConservationMaster
TaipeiChina - TaipeiNational Taiwan UniversityForestry and Resource ConservationPhD
I-LanChina - TaipeiNational Ilan UniversityForestry and Natural Resourcesto culture experts who are able to survey, protect, manage and utilize forestry and natural resources and fields concerned, and to focus on humanities accomplishments, communication skills and leadership.Bachelor
I-LanChina - TaipeiNational Ilan UniversityForestry and Natural ResourcesMaster
PopayanColombiaUniversidad del CaucaForest EngineeringBachelor
IbagueColombiaUniversidad del TolimaForest EngineeringBachelor
MedellínColombiaUniversidad Nacional de ColombiaForest EngineeringBachelor
PastoColombiaUniversidad de NariñoAgroforestry engineeringBachelor
PastoColombiaUniversidad de NariñoTropical AgroforestryMaster
QuibdoColombiaUniversidad Tecnológica del ChocoAgroforestry engineeringBachelor
BucaramangaColombiaUniversidad Industrial de SantanderForest EngineeringBachelor
ChapineroColombiaUniversidad Distrital Francisco José de CaldasForest EngineeringBachelor
CartargoCosta RicaTecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC)Forest EngineeringBachelor
CartargoCosta RicaTecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC)ForestryMaster
CartargoCosta RicaTecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC)Natural SciencesPhD
ZagrebCroatiaUniversity of Zagreb - Faculty of ForestryForestryForestry is the profession, science and skill of managing and preserving the forest ecosystems for the permanent benefit of society, the environment, and the economy. Therefore, the undergraduate and graduate study of forestry trains students to manage forest ecosystems from a biological-environmental, technical and economic point of view.Bachelor
ZagrebCroatiaUniversity of Zagreb - Faculty of ForestryUrban Forestry, Nature Conservation and Environmental ProtectionThe undergraduate study of Urban Forestry, Nature Conservation and Environmental Protection is a new study programme based on the reform of similar studies in Europe, and partly derived from previous study programmes in the Forestry Section.Bachelor
ZagrebCroatiaUniversity of Zagreb - Faculty of ForestryWood TechnologyThe undergraduate study of Wood Technology provides basic knowledge of a broad range of technical and natural sciences and professional knowledge and skills required by the modern development of wood processing industries: knowledge about the structure of wood and the technical characteristics of wood; basic knowledge of wood protection; and basic technical knowledge to monitor and control the work of machinery and transport equipment. Students will be qualified to supervise wood-technology processes and conduct particular technological operations, participate in the procurement of materials and other equipment, inspect product and performance quality, and acquire professional and operational knowledge to manage wood technology processes.Bachelor
ZagrebCroatiaUniversity of Zagreb - Faculty of ForestryForestryThe competences acquired by completing this study programme are as follows: knowledge of mechanical equipment, techniques and standard and cutting-edge technologies applied in forestry, primarily in obtaining wood from natural, even-age selection forest stands, cultures, plantations and energy forests; knowledge of timber and non-timber forest products and their movement from the place of production to the market through the forest and over a network of forest and public roads; knowledge of the methods of preparing and planning technical forestry work; methods, techniques and technologies of opening up forests, or of designing and building a network of forest roads; selection of mechanical equipment and technologies based on cost analyses and other criteria; knowledge of managing forest, human and technical resources, and marketing knowledge related to forest timber products and non-timber forest products.Master
ZagrebCroatiaUniversity of Zagreb - Faculty of ForestryUrban Forestry, Nature Conservation and Environmental ProtectionThe competences acquired by completing this study programme are as follows: knowledge of urban forestry, nature conservation and environmental protection in the country and in the world; competence to draw up environmental impact assessment studies; planning and management in forest ecosystems of protected nature sites; spatial analysis and evaluation; integrated protection in protected nature sites; environmental monitoring; soil and water management and protection; recovery of degraded habitats; wildlife management; competence to draw up environmental impact studies and manage specific urban forest ecosystems; to conduct analyses and evaluations and the landscaping of park areas; knowledge of horticultural dendrology, ornamental plant production, integrated protection of woody species in urban areas; planning and management of forestry activities in urban environments; competence to draw up management programmes and plans in protected nature sites and urban forest ecosystems; and to be prepared for professional and scientific professional development in various forms of training and postgraduate studies.Master
ZagrebCroatiaUniversity of Zagreb - Faculty of ForestryWood Technology ProcessesThe competences acquired by completing this study programme are as follows: knowledge of the status and trends in the wood processing sector in the country and abroad; scientific knowledge about wood as a renewable resource; full competence to manage wood technology processes, production planning and accounting; management of all activities in the wood industry; being prepared for professional and scientific development in various forms of training and postgraduate studies. A Master of Science in this area is fully prepared for individual work and team work in the field of sawmilling and hydrothermal wood processing, wood protection, in the field of technology for the production of veneers, plywood and chipboard sheets, and technology for the production of final wood products, especially the management of the surface processing of wood and wood products.Master
ZagrebCroatiaUniversity of Zagreb - Faculty of ForestryDesign of Wood ProductsGiven the specific nature of the Design of Wood Products study programme, which addresses mostly the wood industry sector, it is natural that cooperation with the economic and public sectors will be greatly beneficial for both sides. The study programme aims to establish interdisciplinary cooperation between this profile of students and economic entities, leading to the practical use of solutions through communication and cooperation with industry and trade, either belonging to the public or private sector.Master
ZagrebCroatiaUniversity of Zagreb - Faculty of ForestryPostgraduate study programPhD
PragueCzech RepublicCzech University of Life Sciences (CULS) - Faculty of Forestry and Wood SciencesForestrySudy programme increases an offer of the English taught specializations. Integration of the Czech Republic to EU education system makes need of such programme. This system is based on students’ mobility and their education in other than mother tongue. According to Agenda of the last meeting of the Deans of the university forestry education institutions (ConDDEFFS), it is necessary to intensify cooperation among these institutions due to wider coordination of the European forestry alumni at first. Entrance exams consist of mathematics (written test) and English.Bachelor
PragueCzech RepublicCzech University of Life Sciences (CULS) - Faculty of Forestry and Wood SciencesGame ManagemetGame management and hunting have a long tradition in Central Europe. In this specialised BSc study programme students will get acquainted with game management and hunting as asocial phenomenon, based on Czech know-how and international experience. The entrance examination comprises a discussion form (in English) about Biology. Subjects include general ecology, veterinary care of game, care of game and environment, fishery and fishpond management. Students learn the fundamentals of zoology, chemistry, dendrology and biometrics.Bachelor
PragueCzech RepublicCzech University of Life Sciences (CULS) - Faculty of Forestry and Wood SciencesForestry, Water and Landscape ManagementThis MSc study programme has been designed for students with a BSc degree in Forestry Sciences, Landscape Sciences, and Ecological or Environmental Sciences, or with a BSc degree from a similar subject area. The entrance examination comprises a discussion form (in English) about Forestry and Water Management. The programme delivers advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in forestry, water and landscape management for future professionals. Subjects include world forestry, forest communities, conservation, dissemination, water management, desertification and floods, technical measures and land improvement, revitalisation of the forest and landscape ecosystems.Master
PragueCzech RepublicCzech University of Life Sciences (CULS) - Faculty of Forestry and Wood SciencesForest EngineeringStudy programme increases an offer of the English taught specializations. Integration of the Czech Republic to EU education system makes need of such programme. This system is based on students’ mobility and their education in other than mother tongue. According to Agenda of the last meeting of the Deans of the university forestry education institutions (ConDDEFFS), it is necessary to intensify cooperation among these institutions due to wider coordination of the European forestry alumni at first. This MSc. study programme is directly linked to the Forestry Bc. programme.Master
PragueCzech RepublicCzech University of Life Sciences (CULS) - Faculty of Forestry and Wood SciencesTropical Forestry and AgroforestryThis MSc study programme has been designed for BSc graduates in Forestry and Agricultural Specialisation. BSc graduates with a solid background in biology, forestry and environmental sciences, desiring to acquire advanced professional knowledge in forest management in tropics and subtropics are of course welcomed. The entrance examination comprises a discussion form (in English) about Forestry (Forestry graduated students) or Tropical and Sub-tropical Agriculture (Tropical and Sub-tropical graduated students); biology test is prepared for the other students not being graduated from above mentioned study programmes.Master
BrnoCzech RepublicFaculty of Forestry and Wood Technology, Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry BrnoEuropean forestryThe two-year MSc program in European Forestry is interesting in both its forms and content. It consists of lectures, field and laboratory exercises, discussion seminars, projects and excursions. The whole program is taught in English. It focuses not only on traditional forestry, but also on a number of topics related to ecology, nature conservation, and sustainable development, with particular emphasis on the latest progressive trends.Master
BrnoCzech RepublicFaculty of Forestry and Wood Technology, Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry BrnoForestry and Landscape ManagementA unique joint-degree master-level study programme, accredited in the Czech Republic and Finland, focused on interconnection of forestry and landscape management. Students of this programme spend a part of their studies on the partner university, with the financial support of the ErasmusPlus. This programme prepares the graduates for carriers abroad as well as in their home country, with a strong emphasis on internationality.Master
CopenhagenDenmarkDepartment of Geoscineces and Natural Resource Management, Forest and Landcape College, University of CopenhagenForestry and Landscape EngineerThe forestry and landscape engineer programme is a both practical and theoretical programme aiming at providing the graduate with the necessary background knowledge to make qualified decisions concerning the management of forests, parks and landscapes.Bachelor
CopenhagenDenmarkDepartment of Geoscineces and Natural Resource Management, Forest and Landcape College, University of CopenhagenForest and Nature ManagementAs a graduate from the MSc programme in Forest and Nature Management, you will be involved in finding a sustainable balance between ecology, economy and society. You will have completed a modern and international management programme which enables you to develop the world’s forests and natural areas in a sustainable manner. Excursions and field trips are important elements in the programme and give you the chance to learn about real problems and their solutions.Master
CopenhagenDenmarkDepartment of Geoscineces and Natural Resource Management, Forest and Landcape College, University of CopenhagenSustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONAMA)Sustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONOMA in short) is a two-year MSc programme which provides you with qualifications to deal with the challenges of the sustainable management of forests and nature areas in an integrated landscape context.Master
CopenhagenDenmarkDepartment of Geoscineces and Natural Resource Management, Forest and Landcape College, University of CopenhagenSustainable Tropical Forestry (SUTROFOR)The two-year MSc programme in Sustainable Tropical Forestry (SUTROFOR in short) gives you the best instruction in the field of tropical forestry in Europe. You work with the growing challenges in contemporary tropical forestry in a global context, and you aquire valuable real-life experience by doing field work in a tropical country.Master
CopenhagenDenmarkDepartment of Geoscineces and Natural Resource Management, Forest and Landcape College, University of CopenhagenPhD ProgramThe PhD school of SCIENCE organises training and education of researchers within all areas of science, with a view to ensure the highest scientific level among the next generations of researchers. The PhD school aims to train PhD candidates with all the required scientific skills plus complementary competencies at the highest level. The PhD programme at SCIENCE lasts three years and includes an independent research project, stays at other/international research institution(s), PhD level courses, teaching and other types of knowledge dissemination. The PhD is concluded by writing and defending a PhD thesis.PhD
Loja EcuadorUniversidad Nacional de LojaForestry EngineeringBachelor
RiobambaEcuadorEscuela Superior Politécnica de ChimborazoForestry EngineeringBachelor
QuevedoEcuadorUniversidad Técnica Estatal de QuevedoForestry EngineeringBachelor
TartuEstoniaInstitute of Forestry and Rural Engineering, Estonian University of Life SciencesMSc Programme in Climate Change and Restoration of Degraded LandMaster
TartuEstoniaInstitute of Forestry and Rural Engineering, Estonian University of Life SciencesMSc on Environmental Security and ManagementMaster
TartuEstoniaInstitute of Forestry and Rural Engineering, Estonian University of Life SciencesMSc Degree on Management of Sustainable and Ecological TourismMaster
AwassaEthiopiaHawassa UniversityAgroforestryBachelor
AwassaEthiopiaHawassa UniversityForest Products Management and UtilizationBachelor
AwassaEthiopiaHawassa UniversityGeneral ForestryBachelor
Dire DawaEthiopiaHaramaya UniversityNatural Resources ManagementBachelor
Dire DawaEthiopiaHaramaya UniversityAgro-ForestryMaster
SuvaFijiFiji National UniversityForestryTo make the country a prosperous and better place to live in through an innovative educational approachBachelor
AaltoFinlandDepartment of Forest Products Technology - Aalto UniversityBioproduct TechnologyThe most important objective of the programme is to train professionals who can utilize biomass in an economically and ecologically sustainable manner and, in addition, take part as specialists in discussions and decisions dealing with the social and environmental effects of the use of natural resources.Master
HelsinkiFinlandUniversity of Helsinki - Faculty of Agriculture and ForestryForest Sciences and BusinessMaster’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business will admit a maximum of 15 students who satisfy the admission criteria. The MScFB programme offers two major subjects, namely 1) Forest Ecology and Management and 2) Forest Economics and Marketing. Applicants must apply to one of these major subjects. Each major subject can admit a maximum of nine students; however, the total for the two subjects cannot exceed 15 students. Each applicant must, in addition, select the study line they wish to choose.Master
HelsinkiFinlandUniversity of Helsinki - Faculty of Agriculture and ForestryAgriculture and ForestryIf you wish to apply for the PhD studies at the University of Helsinki, Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry you are required to hold a degree comparable to the appropriate Finnish Master's degree (Master of Science in Agriculture and Forestry or Master of Food Sciences). In addition, the topic of the applicant's thesis or dissertation should relate to the fields of research represented at the departments of the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. Admission is based on the applicant's previous studies and language proficiency as well as on the resources of the department/major subject in question.PhD
JoensuuFinlandKarelia University of Applied SciencesForestryBachelor of Engineering, Forestry, Bachelor of Natural ResourcesBachelor
LappeenrantaFinlandSeinäjoki University of Applied SciencesForestryDegree Program in FinnishBachelor
TampereFinlandTampere Univeristy of Applied SciencesForestryDegree Program in FinnishBachelor
TampereFinlandTampere Univeristy of Applied SciencesManagement and Economy in the International Forest SectorThe objective of the programme is to educate specialists and managers for the international forestry sector. You will be a specialist in international operations and have the knowledge and skills to motivate and lead people in multicultural organizations and working environments.Master
JoensuuFinlandUniversity of Eastern Finland - School of Forest SciencesEnvironmental Science and ForestrySchool of Forest Sciences offers a non-degree study programme for exchange and visiting students. The Environmental Science and Forestry -programme is targeted to students who wish to complement their own BSc degree by studying a semester or full academic year in the UEF School of Forest Sciences.Bachelor
JoensuuFinlandUniversity of Eastern Finland - School of Forest SciencesEuropean ForestryMaster´s degree programme in European Forestry is one of the best European master's programmes in the field of forest sciences. MSc European Forestry offers the students with a global perspective to European forestry and propares them for international labour markets. MSc European Forestry is a joint curriculum, offered by seven European universities.Master
JoensuuFinlandUniversity of Eastern Finland - School of Forest SciencesWood Materials ScienceMaster's degree programme in Wood Materials Science is an interdisciplinary programme where four departments if the UEF Faculty of Science and Forestry collaborate intensively; School of Forest Sciences, Departments of Chemistry, Department of Physics and Mathematics and Department of Biology. MSc Wood Materials Science is a quest to know everything about wood.Master
JoensuuFinlandUniversity of Eastern Finland - School of Forest SciencesForestryMaster's Degree Programme (CBU) in Forestry (MDP in CBU FOR) is a part of the distinguished Finnish-Russian Cross-Border University (CBU). MDP in CBU FOR is offered as a collaboration of University of Eastern Finland (the coordinating university) with three universities in Russia. The partner universities in Russia are Petrozavodsk State University, Saint Petersburg State Forest Technical University and Moscow State Forest University.Master
JoensuuFinlandUniversity of Eastern Finland - School of Forest SciencesTransatlantic Forestry MasterTRANSFOR-M is our joint programme with Canadian universities. One year of the studies is carried out in Finland and the other in one of our Canadian partner universities: University of Alberta, University of New Brunswick or University of British Columbia. Students will learn about modern sustainable forestry and environmental management approaches that are sensitive to cultural differences. Students acquire an enhanced global view that accommodates multi-cultural perspectives about economic and environmental issues. This programme is primarily targeted to those students that are conducting their MSc studies in Finnish at the School of Forest Sciences.Master
JoensuuFinlandUniversity of Eastern Finland - School of Forest SciencesDoctoral Programme in Forests and BioresourcesDoctoral Programme in Forests and Bioresources (former Doctoral Programme in Forest Sciences) provides highest academic education in the field of forest sciences. Our graduates are internationally valued experts who have the ability to lead and execute high quality research in multinational projects. Our graduates are employed all over the world as researcher and experts in research institutions, governmental bodies and R&D departments of forest cluster industry.PhD
ÉpinalFranceEcole Nationale Supérieure des Technologies et Industries du BoisWood Processing applied to furniture industryBachelor
ÉpinalFranceEcole Nationale Supérieure des Technologies et Industries du BoisWood construction: design, structuresBachelor
ÉpinalFranceEcole Nationale Supérieure des Technologies et Industries du BoisWood construction: implementation, construction site managementBachelor
ÉpinalFranceEcole Nationale Supérieure des Technologies et Industries du BoisWood and fibre sciencesMaster
ÉpinalFranceEcole Nationale Supérieure des Technologies et Industries du BoisDoctorate DPhD
NantesFranceEcole Supérieure du Bois (ESB)Wood Technology EngineersMaster
TbilisiGeorgiaAgricultural University of GeorgiaForestryBachelor
DresdenGermanyTechnical University of Dresden, Faculty of Forest-, Geo- and Hydro-SciencesForest SciencesThis course of study, complex, interdisciplinary and research-oriented, deals with the forest ecosystem in its components (etc. plants, animals, soils), in its entirety and its manifold products and services. Graduates are prepared for applied professional fields as well as subsequent master programs. They (i) acquire professional knowledge and social skills to address challenges around use and protection of forests; (ii) are able to develop concepts for protection, management and development of natural resources; (iii) can communicate problems as well as suitable solutions to experts and the public, and (iv) have developed strategies for further autonomous learning.Bachelor
DresdenGermanyTechnical University of Dresden, Faculty of Forest-, Geo- and Hydro-SciencesForest SciencesThe master programme in Forestry is a complex and interdisciplinary course of study. It is dealing with forest ecosystems in general, as well as with their management and connections to the environment on a wider scale. Students acquire methodical skills and capabilities and research-oriented knowledge. Graduates will be able to develop ideas and concepts for handling the manifold demands of society towards forests (e.g. biodiversity, timber, bioenergy, protection of soil and water, recreation).Master
DresdenGermanyTechnical University of Dresden, Faculty of Forest-, Geo- and Hydro-SciencesTropical ForestryThe programme aims to educate executives in the development of scientifically based, innovative and sustainable management concepts for natural forests, forest plantations and other wood formations, agroforestry systems and urban green spaces, and for controlling their use and maintenance. Special emphasis is given to flexibly adapting to the changing conditions of society and the manifold interactions among human beings and forest formation development, with a multi-disciplinary approach.Master
DresdenGermanyTechnical University of Dresden, Faculty of Forest-, Geo- and Hydro-SciencesWood Science and TechnologyThe aim of the course of study is the critical categorisation of scientific knowledge and responsible behaviour in the field of wood and fibrous materials technology and wood economics, in particular wood technology, wood utilisation, wood protection, energy recovery from wood, thermal finishing of wood and its application within the occupational fields of environmental management and environmental protection within the wood industry.
EberswaldeGermanyUniversity of Applied Sciences EberswaldeForestryThe mission of the Bachelor study programme Forestry is to educate forest managers who meet the economical, ecological and social demands of today’s forest management. For people interested in forestry and natural sciences this practice-orientated education provides a future-orientated offer adapted to the changing requirements of today’s job market in the forestry sector.Bachelor
EberswaldeGermanyUniversity of Applied Sciences EberswaldeInternational Forest Ecosystem ManagementThe Bachelor study course International Forest Ecosystem Management trains students to become experts who are able to understand the forests of our world as ecosystems and to conserve and manage them in the principles of a sustainable forestry (ecosystem approach). The graduating students will be taught how to implement international agreements and conventions for the protection and sustainable use of natural resources of our world through means of their acquired knowledge, their management skills and international experience.Bachelor
EberswaldeGermanyUniversity of Applied Sciences EberswaldeForest Information TechnologyThe 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.Master
EberswaldeGermanyUniversity of Applied Sciences EberswaldeGlobal Change ManagementThe mission of Global Change Management (M.Sc.) is to educate specialists who are able to cope with challenges of natural resource management under global change developing goal-oriented and science-informed solutions. The emphasis is on both mitigation and adaptation to the effects of current challenges such as climate change and loss of biodiversity. Considering Global Change Management as a new cross-sectoral challenge we strive for an adaptive, proactive and precautionary approach to natural resource managementMaster
RottenburgGermanyUniversity of Applied Forest Sciences - RottenburgForestryBachelor
RottenburgGermanyUniversity of Applied Forest Sciences - RottenburgApplied Wood TechnologyBachelor
MunichGermanyTechnical University of Munich - School of Forest Science and Resource ManagementForest Science and Resource ManagementOne of the most fascinating ecosystems on Earth - the forest - is the focal point of our studies. As a renewable natural resource, wood has bright prospects, as well as other bioresources have. The development of reliable concepts for using this basis for life and for handling natural resources is one of the most important tasks of the present and future. It requires deep understanding of the interaction of the environment, man and technology. An awareness of the interrelationships between things, and planning over generations, play decisive roles for us. This is what is needed – and not just in forestry. Thus the all-round nature of our course of studies opens a wide range of professions to anyone taking it.Bachelor
MunichGermanyTechnical University of Munich - School of Forest Science and Resource ManagementForest and Wood ScienceForest ecosystems are the major terrestrial land resource for biodiversity, i.e. habitat for the majority of plant and animal species and the main producer of wood, the most important renewable resource in both volume and value terms. In addition forests provide a number of indispensible goods and services for mankind, e.g. factors of water conservation and carbon mitigation. Sustainability is a key element in the management of forest resources and hence is also a key element in the MSc study programme. All aspects of this concept are touched during the course of studies, for instance sound management planning for future decades as one of the basic technological toolkits.Master
MunichGermanyTechnical University of Munich - School of Forest Science and Resource ManagementSustainable Resource ManagementThe international Master of Science Program 'Sustainable Resource Management' prepares students for professional work in the various fields of resource management. They will learn important concepts and techniques for sustainable management and acquire special management skills. This program addresses the full spectrum of natural resource management including landscape planning, plant, water and wildlife resources and the scientific methods of resource management like systems analysis and inventory methods. It takes students well beyond the boundaries of traditional disciplines, such as forestry and agriculture. The program includes important leadership and management skills such as rhetorics, project management and conflict facilitation. The program is designed for 4 semesters. The first semester (October - February) covers a first set of compulsory introductory and basic courses. The second semester (April-August) comprises the main part of the fields of concentration (2 out of 8 are chosen). In the third semester (October - February), the concentrations will be concluded and some further compulsory courses will be taught. The master`s thesis is written during the fourth semester (April-August). A two-month internship abroad is part of the program. A combination of master`s thesis and internship is recommended, but voluntary.Master
FreiburgGermanyUniversity of Freiburg - Faculty of Environment and Natural ResourcesWaldwirtschaft und UmweltDer zentrale Inhalt des Hauptfachs Waldwirtschaft und Umwelt ist das Management von (Wald-)Ökosystemen und Wald­land­schaf­ten auf wissen­schaft­licher Grund­lage. Gegen­stand des Studiums sind damit die Wech­sel­beziehungen "Wald und Mensch" in um­fas­sen­der Sicht. Der Studiengang integriert dazu natur-, technik- und sozial­wissen­schaftliche Disziplinen. Inhaltlich umfasst das Studium den Schutz und die nachhaltige Nutzung von Wäldern und Waldlandschaften der Erde. Bei diesen handelt es sich oft um komplizierte Ökosysteme, auf die der Mensch in besonderem Maß angewiesen ist: auf ihr Wasser, ihre Luft und ihre Ruhe, auf ihre Wirkungen für das globale Klima, auf ihre Tiere, ihre Pflanzen und natürlich auf ihr Holz - den nachwachsende Öko-Rohstoff.Bachelor
FreiburgGermanyUniversity of Freiburg - Faculty of Environment and Natural ResourcesEuropean ForestryMaster
FreiburgGermanyUniversity of Freiburg - Faculty of Environment and Natural ResourcesForstwissenschaften/ Forest SciencesZiel des M.Sc. “Forstwissenschaften/Forest Sciences" es ist, die Studierenden zu Wald- und Forstexperten auszubilden, die im nationalen und internationalen Umfeld die aktuellen Herausforderungen und Fragen einer ökologisch, ökonomisch und sozial nachhaltigen Waldbewirtschaftung in Wissenschaft und Praxis bearbeiten können.Master
FreiburgGermanyUniversity of Freiburg - Faculty of Environment and Natural ResourcesDoctoral studiesPhD
FreisingGermanyTriesdorf University of Applied Sciences - Faculty of Forests and ForestryEngineering in ForestryIn this degree programme in engineering in forestry, you will not only learn about the complexity of the ecosystem, you will also acquire the skills needed for sustainable forestry management. In a very practice-based programme, supported by a wide range of practical work (primarily in the university's own training forest) and educational trips, you will learn the principles and tools for future management of the forest ecosystem. You will also acquire ecological, economic, technical, and social skills in a broad-ranging programme. This challenging programme, conducted in a modern, friendly, and very well-equipped building, will put you in demand as an expert in forestry.Bachelor
FreisingGermanyTriesdorf University of Applied Sciences - Faculty of Forests and ForestryInternational Management of Forest IndustriesThe degree programme at Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences bears the name "International Management of Forest Industries" (MSc), and at the Bern School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences is known as "Life Sciences - Applied Agriculture and Forestry" (MSc). The degree programme will enable you to extend your skills and expertise in forestry management and the management of forest industries. Specifically, this means that you will not only further develop the expertise required in these target areas but also acquire the ability to adapt and apply management and social science methods and knowledge to the forest industry. As a graduate, you are prepared for management roles internationally in leading companies in the forest industries. The economic and international focus of this degree programme makes it unique in the German-speaking world.Master
RosenheimGermanyUniversity of Applied Sciences Rosenheim - Department of Wood TechnologyWood TechnologyRosenheim University of Applied Sciences runs its international English-language master's degree programme in wood technology in conjunction with the Department of Architecture, Wood and Civil Engineering at Bern University of Applied Sciences. This course qualifies students to take up management positions in the timber industry at an international level. The focus is on further developing skills in working with the latest technologies used in the timber industry as well as active cooperation in research and industry projects. The strong points of this degree programme, which is unique in Europe, include the practical training at a high academic level and the individual support it offers each student through a personal advisor.Master
GöttingenGermanyUniversity of Göttingen - Faculty of Forest Sciences and Forest EcologyForest Sciences and Forest EcologyThe appeal of the Bachelor Programme is that it teaches the connections between the natural, economic, political and engineering sciences through its focus on the subject of forests. This breadth, which is not offered in other degree programmes, makes the degree scientifically interesting for new students as it promotes lateral thinking and provides background knowledge in a large number of subjects and is practically relevant as well.Bachelor
GöttingenGermanyUniversity of Göttingen - Faculty of Forest Sciences and Forest EcologyForest Sciences and Forest EcologyThe master’s programme serves to encourage academic consolidation within the chosen focus of study: Forest Management and Utilisation Forest Conservation Wood Biology and Wood Technology Ecosystem Analysis and Modelling Tropical and International Forestry (English)Master
GöttingenGermanyUniversity of Göttingen - Faculty of Forest Sciences and Forest EcologySufonama - Sustainable Forest and Nature ManagementThe global demand for forest and nature resources and the pressures on the natural environment seem to continue to increase. The need to ensure the sustainability of natural resources for future generations has never been greater. The MSc Course in Sustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONAMA) is a 2-year world-class integrated course aimed at qualifying graduates to deal with the enormous challenges in sustainable management of natural resources.Master
GöttingenGermanyUniversity of Göttingen - Faculty of Forest Sciences and Forest EcologyEuroforesterEuroforester is a Master’s programme being offered by 14 universities in 9 different countries. Students spent their first year studying the forestry of the participating countries from silvicultural, ecological, economical and political standpoints. This takes place in Alnarp, Sweden. For the second academic year, students have the choice to study at any of the participating universities (located in Denmark, Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Russia or the Baltic States). The Master’s thesis is often being coordinated in a cooperation of two different universities.Master
KumasiGhanaKwame Nkrumah University of Science and TechnologyForest Resources TechnologyBachelor
AccraGhanaUniversity of GhanaForestryBachelor
KassenaGhanaUniversity for Development Studies - Navrongo CampusForest & Forest Resources ManagementBachelor
ThraceGreeceDemocritus University of Thrace - Department of Forestry and Management of the Environment and Natural ResourcesForestry and Management of the Enviroment and Natural ResourcesBachelor
ThraceGreeceDemocritus University of Thrace - Department of Forestry and Management of the Environment and Natural ResourcesSustainable Management of the Environment and Natural ResourcesSince the academic year 2006-2007 the Department of Forestry and Management of the Environment and Natural Resources runs the Postgraduate course "Sustainable Management of the Environment and Natural Resources" MSc Level which consists of three directions Direction A: Sustainable Management of Mountainous Watersheds with Intelligent Information Systems and GIS Direction ?: Environmental Policy and Integrated development of the countryside Direction C: Ecology and Protection of Forest EcosystemsMaster
KavalaGreeceTechnological Educational Institute (TEI) of Kavala - Department of Forestry and Natural Environment ManagementDepartment of Forestry and Natural Environment ManagementThe duration of the basic studies in the Department of Forestry and Natural Environment Management is eight (8) semesters of study, including six months of practical placement. Every academic year consists of the winter and spring semester of studies.Bachelor
LamiaGreeceTechnological Education Insitute of Lamia, Department of Forestry and Natural Environment ManagementForestry and Natural Environment ManagementThe department of Forestry and Natural Environment Management belongs to the Annex of Karpenisi of Technological Education Institute (Technological University) of Lamia. The department was initially founded in 1983 belonging to the Faculty "Technology of Agronomics" of Technological Education Institute of Mesolonghi. Under this state, it functioned up to 1994. Afterwards it was subsumed in Technological Education Institute of Lamia The department of Forestry and N.E.M. aims in the benefit of maximum level education of applied scientific knowledge in the Forestry and Natural Environment, while simultaneously it promotes modern technological dexterities. The department participates actively in European Research Programs and contributes considerably in the applied forestry research in Greece. Furthermore it develops collaborations with other Institutions of Higher Education of Greece and other countries, as well as with Institutions and enterprises related to forestry.Bachelor
Villa NuevaGuatemalaEscuela Nacional Central de Agricultura (ENCAA)Forestry EngineeringBachelor
GeorgetownGuyanaUniversity of GuyanaForestryBachelor
SiguatepequeHondurasEscuela Nacional de Ciencias Forestales (ESNACIFOR)Forestry EngineeringBachelor
TegucigalpaHondurasUniversidad José Cecilio del ValleForestry EngineeringBachelor
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)MSc forestry engineering courseThe basic aim of the education of forest engineers is to prepare them for comprehensive and continually renewing forest engineering activities based on a profound knowledge of forest biocoenosis and environment. The up-to-date forest engineering education involves the knowledge of several areas of science; our students receive scientific, ecological, technical and economic basic and professional education.Master
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)BSc environment protection engineering courseThe basic aim of the education is to prepare students for comprehensive and continuously renewing environment protection engineering activities: recognizing environmental threats, planning and controlling measures to prevent or stop environmental damage, mitigating or eliminating environmental harms and damage, disposing of toxic waste, recycling and developing low-waste technologies.Bachelor
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)MSc environment protection engineering courseThe basic aim of the education is to prepare students for comprehensive and continuously renewing environment protection engineering activities: recognizing environmental threats, planning and controlling measures to prevent or stop environmental damage, mitigating or eliminating environmental harms and damage, disposing of toxic waste, recycling and developing low-waste technologies.Master
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)BSc environmental science courseThe aim of the education is to teach applied environment researchers, who are capable of working in the field of applied environmental science with their knowledge of mathematics, information science, chemistry, geology and biology.Bachelor
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)MSc environmental science courseThe aim of the education is to teach applied environment researchers, who are capable of working in the field of applied environmental science with their knowledge of mathematics, information science, chemistry, geology and biology.Master
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)BSc nature conservation engineering courseThe basic aim of the education is to prepare students for comprehensive and continuously renewing nature conservation engineering activities. The up-to-date nature conservation engineering education involves the knowledge of several areas of science. Our students receive scientific, ecological, and economic basic and professional education.Bachelor
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)MSc nature conservation engineering courseThe basic aim of the education is to prepare students for comprehensive and continuously renewing nature conservation engineering activities. The up-to-date nature conservation engineering education involves the knowledge of several areas of science. Our students receive scientific, ecological, and economic basic and professional education.Master
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)BSc wildlife management engineering courseThe basic aim of the education is to prepare students for comprehensive, modern and continuously renewing wildlife management activities and to develop a committed environment conscious attitude.Bachelor
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)MSc wildlife management engineering courseThe basic aim of the education is to prepare students for comprehensive, modern and continuously renewing wildlife management activities and to develop a committed environment conscious attitude.Master
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)Timber Industry EngineerThe Simonyi Karoly Faculty is the only higher Education Institution for wood science and technology in Hungary. It has 50 years experience in education and research. In the past years, hundreds of engineers have graduated from this Faculty to work locally and worldwide as international researchers, engineers or teachers. The engineering program in English leads to a BSc degree in three and half year (7 semester).Bachelor
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)Timber Industry EngineerThe goal of the course is professional training in wood processing and utilisation. Achieving a high level theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the technical, environmental and financial aspects of wood utilisation and processing. Attaining a level of theoretical understanding that, along with the vocational training, enables the graduate to assume and active role in future technical developments, and to further his or her education by entering a PhD. programme.Master
SopronHungaryUniversity of West Hungary (UWH)Wood Sciences and TechnologiesThe Jozsef Cziraki Doctoral School of Wood Sciences and Technologies was established in the early 1990’s, and has been fully accredited since 2002. Throughout this period, some 120 doctorate students studied here, 45 of whom successfully completed their studies. The students receive strong theoretical, research methodology and scientific backgrounds, and complete their research individually, with some guidance from their advisors. Supervision is offered by the top experts and wood scientists in Hungary. Research projects encompass a wide range of topics, including wood science and wood technology, pulp and fibre technology, wood construction, and even more loosely related topics of nanotechnology, architecture, light industry, or wood-related IT and marketing research. The topics are typically linked to industrial research or innovation projects so that Sopron doctoral graduates have not only strong theoretical backgrounds, but are very practical scientists as well.PhD
BorgarnesIcelandAgricultural University of IcelandForest Science, Restoration Ecology and Management ProgramForest Science, Restoration Ecology and Management (FS-REM Program) is a 3 year B.Sc. program, which addresses natural resource management with emphasis on two land-use categories; establishment and management of forests and restoration and management of degraded lands; both important environmental goals in Iceland. The FS-REM Program includes fundamental scientific education, but takes students well beyond the boundaries of traditional disciplines, such as Forestry and Biology. Connections between land-use, natural, technical, planning and economic sciences are emphasised, and elements such as landscape planning and geographical systems are included in the program.Bachelor
NavsariIndiaNavsari Agricultural UniversityForestryTo prepare manpower who can scientifically protect and sustain forest and natural resourcesBachelor
NavsariIndiaNavsari Agricultural UniversityForestryMaster
NavsariIndiaNavsari Agricultural UniversityForestryPhD
DapoliIndiaDr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth UniversityForestryNo description availableBachelor
DapoliIndiaDr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth UniversityForestryMaster
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityForestryTo impart theoretical and practical knowledge in all areas of forestry.Bachelor
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityForest Management and UtilizationMaster
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversitySilviculture and AgroforestryMaster
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityWildlife ScienceMaster
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityTree Physiology and BreedingMaster
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityWood ScienceMaster
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityForest Management and UtilizationPhD
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversitySilviculture and AgroforestryPhD
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityTree Physiology and BreedingPhD
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityWildlife SciencePhD
VellanikkaraIndiaKerala Agricultural UniversityWood SciencePhD
KarnatakaIndiaUniversity of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, ShimogaForestryConserve, renew and sustainably utilize forest resource through attaining excellence in education, research and extension in the field of ForestryBachelor
KarnatakaIndiaUniversity of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, ShimogaForestryMaster
PunjabIndiaDesh Bhagat UniversityForestryNo description availableBachelor
AkolaIndiaDr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth UniversityForestryTo create qualified human resource catering the needs of the Forestry development in the state - See more at: https://www.pdkv.ac.in/?page_id=3505#sthash.dKuorBfx.dpufBachelor
AkolaIndiaDr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth UniversityForestryMaster
SrinagarIndiaHemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal UniversityForestryNo description availableBachelor
SrinagarIndiaHemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal UniversityForestryMaster
SrinagarIndiaHemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal UniversityForestryphD
JabalpurIndiaJawaharlal Nehru Agricultural UniversityForestryNo description availableBachelor
JabalpurIndiaJawaharlal Nehru Agricultural UniversityForestryMaster
JabalpurIndiaJawaharlal Nehru Agricultural UniversityForestryphD
NauniIndiaDr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and ForestryForestryTraining of manpower for sustainable development of Forestry and natural resources for the conservation of optimum utilization of Himalayan Plant Diversity alongwith integration of forestry with farming systems.Bachelor
NauniIndiaDr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and ForestryForestryMaster
NauniIndiaDr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and ForestryForestryphD
MettupalayamIndiaTamil Nadu Agricultural UniversityForestryFocused on Indian Forest Service and Conservator of Forest opportunitiesBachelor
KashmirIndiaSher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of KashmirForestryImpart well rounded professional education in the field of forestry to produce forestry professionals with high degree of competence and skillsBachelor
KashmirIndiaSher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of KashmirForestryMaster
KashmirIndiaSher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of KashmirForestryphD
BogorIndonesiaBogor Agricultural UniversityForestryBachelor
BogorIndonesiaBogor Agricultural UniversityForestryMaster
MakassarIndonesiaHasanuddin UniversityForestryBachelor
BanjarmasinIndonesiaLambung Mangkurat UniversityForestryBachelor
BanjarmasinIndonesiaLambung Mangkurat UniversityForest ScienceMaster
LampungIndonesiaLampung UniversityForestryBachelor
LampungIndonesiaLampung UniversityForest ScienceMaster
ManokwariIndonesiaPapua State UniversityForestryBachelor
PontianakIndonesiaTanjungpura UniversityForestryBachelor
JambiIndonesiaUniversity of JambiForestryBachelor
BandungIndonesiaBandung Institute of TechnologySchool of Life Sciences and TechnologyBachelor
GolestanIranGorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesForestryBachelor
GolestanIranGorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesForestryMaster
GolestanIranGorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesForestryPhD
DublinIrelandUniversity College of Dublin (UCD) - College of Agriculture, Food Science and Veterinary MedicineForestryForestry is the science, art and profession of managing forests. Foresters manage forests to provide a variety of outputs including timber, recreation, conservation and aesthetics. The protection and enhancement of biodiversity, soils and water quality are all highly relevant in the creation and management of forests. Carbon sequestration, renewable energy resources, multifunctional forestry, wildlife management, bio-complexity, sustainable forest management, social and urban forestry, adaptation for and mitigation of climate change, and the conservation of genetic resources are all aspects of modern forest management. Foresters employ the latest technology in geographic information system (GIS) mapping and forest growth modelling to support good management and sustainable practice.Bachelor
FlorenceItalyFaculty of Agriculture, University of FlorenceForest and Environmental SciencesBachelor
FlorenceItalyFaculty of Agriculture, University of FlorenceForest and Environmental SciencesThe PhD (Dottorato di Ricerca – DR) is a post-graduate academic qualification. It represents the 3rd cycle of education in the Italian academic system and provides the abilities required for carrying out highly-qualified research activities in universities, public institutions and private companies Access to PhD programmes is by competitive examinations. In order to develop the internationalization of research, the University of Florence promotes international doctorate courses and theses in co-tutoring with foreign universities. PhD programmes are under the responsibility of the Departments offering them.PhD
MoliseItalyFaculty of Agriculture, University of MoliseForest and Environmental TechologyBachelor
MoliseItalyFaculty of Agriculture, University of MoliseForest and Environmental Sciences and TechologyMaster
PadovaItalyPadua University - College of Agriculture SciencesForestry and environmental technologyBachelor
PadovaItalyPadua University - College of Agriculture SciencesForest ScienceForest Science is a 2-year Second Cycle Degree (120 ECTS, equivalent to a Master of Science). The programme is conceived for Bachelor graduates with a main interest in mountain Mediterranean forests; it is completely taught in English and is intended for national and international students from a variety of backgrounds, from biology, forestry and environmental sciences to geography. The learning outcomes are oriented at educating forest professionals able to handle complex problems dealing with the conservation, sustainable management and use of Mediterranean forest resources.Master
PadovaItalyPadua University - College of Agriculture SciencesForest SciencePhD
Reggio CalabriaItalyMediterranean University of Reggio Calabria - Faculty of AgricultureEnvironmental and Forest SciencesThe 1st Cycle Degree Course (Bachelor Degree) in Environmental and Forest Sciences aims at educating professional people, providing them with a strong general knowledge, general theoretic, concrete basics, specialized competence and practical concepts. It enables them to tackle different issues related to the environmental and forest sector, and in particular the production, processing and management of forest, the farming and woodland resources, the land and environment protection within the symbiotic relationship between plants and environment.Bachelor
Reggio CalabriaItalyMediterranean University of Reggio Calabria - Faculty of AgricultureEnvironmental and Forest SciencesThe 2nd Cycle Degree Course (Master Degree) in Environmental and Forest Sciences represents the logical extension of the homonymous 1st Cycle Course (Bachelor Course), Class L25. The main goal of the Course is to provide professional forest graduates with enhanced skills in strategic planning and management and with the technical, cultural, and management instruments necessary to operate in the fields of protection, conservation and monitoring of forest, pastoral and faunal resources, woodland protection from wildfires, soil protection and conservation, territory ecological planning and the establishment of low environmental impact operations aimed at protecting and enhancing mountain and hillslope areas.Master
TorinoItalyUniversity of Torino - Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Forestali e AlimentariForest and Environmental SciencesBachelor
TorinoItalyUniversity of Torino - Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Forestali e AlimentariForest and Environmental SciencesMaster
JelgavaItalyForest Faculty, Latvian University of Agriculture (LUA)Forest Ecology and SilvicultureGraduates work in public and private organizations, self-government institutions, forestry industry related state-owned or private enterprises and advisory service. You will gain knowledge in Forestry, Protection of Species and Biotypes, Monitoring of Biologically Valuable Ecosystems, Environmental Protection Policy in Latvia, Growth Science, Assessment of Environmental Impact, Plantations of Short Rotation Periods and Fuel-wood, Planning and Environmental Impact of Eco-tourism, Scientific Terminology of Forest Botany, Forestry or Forest Engineering, Logistics of Forest Exploitation, Use of Wood-pulp in Power Industry, Management of Wet-woods, Moss Flora of Latvia, Forest Policy, Forest Ecology, Forest Geography, Wood Science Advanced Course, Forest Value, Research Methodology course, EU strategy of forest industry, Wooden Materials and Technologies, Wood Products Design, Uses of Wood in Structures, Timber in Construction, Industrial Design, Wood Composites, Fundamentals of Gluing of the Wood, Forest Products Measurement and Accounting, Combined Utilization of Wood, Chemical Processing of Wood, Forests Products Markets.Master
JelgavaItalyForest Faculty, Latvian University of Agriculture (LUA)Wood Materials and TechnologyProgram aims to educate highly qialified scientific, educational and management specialists, possessing an ability of make decisions creatively and independently in order to stimulate further growth of the forest sector of Latvia. You will gain knowledge in Forest Policy, Forest Ecology, Forest Geography, Wood Science Advanced Course, Forest value, Research Methodology course, EU strategy of forest industry, Wooden Materials and Technologies, Wood Products Design, Uses of Wood in Structures, Timber in Construction, Industrial Design, Wood Composites, Fundamentals of Gluing of the Wood, Forest Products Measurement and Accounting, Combined Utilization of Wood, Chemical Processing of Wood, Forests Products Markets. You will have to choose your area of specialization from wood science; wooden structure, wood processing machinery and technology, wood design; complex use of timber.Master
JelgavaItalyForest Faculty, Latvian University of Agriculture (LUA)Wood Materials and TechnologyIf you have Master’s degree and you are eager to increase your competitiveness, improve your academic qualification and conduct research, come and study at the doctoral programmes of the Latvia University of Agriculture!PhD
ShimaneJapanShimane UniversityAgricultural and Forest ScienceBachelor
EldoretKenyaMoi UniversityForestryBachelor
EldoretKenyaMoi UniversityAgro-ForestryBachelor
EldoretKenyaMoi UniversityForestryMaster
EldoretKenyaMoi UniversityForestryPhD
Nairobi KenyaKenyatta UniversityAgroforestry and Rural DevelopmentMaster
SavanakhetLaosSavannakhet UniversityWatershed ManagementImprove knowledge, ability, expert in management and sustainable forest resource development.Bachelor
SavanakhetLaosSavannakhet UniversityAgroforestry and Watershed ManagementBachelor
SavanakhetLaosSavannakhet UniversityAgroforestry and Ecotourism for Nature ConservationBachelor
AkademijaLithuaniaAleksandras Stulginskis University - Faculty of Forestry and EcologyForestryBachelor
AkademijaLithuaniaAleksandras Stulginskis University - Faculty of Forestry and EcologyUrban and Recreational ForestryBachelor
AkademijaLithuaniaAleksandras Stulginskis University - Faculty of Forestry and EcologyUrban and Recreational ForestryMaster
GirionysLithuaniaKaunas College of Forestry and Environmental EngineeringForestryGraduates will be able to work in forest enterprises, forest districts, nurseries, State Forest Management and Inventory Institute, Forest Research Institute, cooperatives serving to private forest owners, establish small or medium business enterprises.Bachelor
LilongweMalawiLilongwe University of Agriculture & Natural ResourcesScience in AgroforestryBachelor
LilongweMalawiLilongwe University of Agriculture & Natural ResourcesScience in ForestryBachelor
LilongweMalawiLilongwe University of Agriculture & Natural ResourcesAgroforestryMaster
LilongweMalawiLilongwe University of Agriculture & Natural ResourcesSocial ForestryMaster
MzuzuMalawiMzuzu UniversityForestryBachelor
SabahMalaysiaUniversiti Malaysia SabahInternational Tropical ForestryBachelor
SabahMalaysiaUniversiti Malaysia SabahForest Plantation and AgroforestryBachelor
SabahMalaysiaUniversiti Malaysia SabahNature Parks and RecreationBachelor
SabahMalaysiaUniversiti Malaysia SabahWood Technology and IndustryBachelor
OaxacaMexicoUniversidad del MarForestry EngineeringBachelor
OaxacaMexicoUniversidad del MarWildlife ManagementMaster
OaxacaMexicoUniversidad del MarEnvironmental EngineeringBachelor
OaxacaMexicoUniversidad del MarEnvironmental SciencesMaster
OaxacaMexicoUniversidad del MarEnvironmental SciencesPhD
DurangoMexicoUniversidad Juárez del Estado de DurangoAgronomic EngineeringBachelor
DurangoMexicoUniversidad Juárez del Estado de DurangoFruticulture EngineeringBachelor
Nuevo LeonMexicoUniversidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónForest EngineeringBachelor
Nuevo LeonMexicoUniversidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónNatural Resources Management EngineeringBachelor
Nuevo LeonMexicoUniversidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónForest ScienceMaster
Nuevo LeonMexicoUniversidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónNatural Resources ManagementDoctorate
TexcocoMexicoUniversidad Autonoma ChapingoForest EngineeringBachelor
TexcocoMexicoUniversidad Autonoma ChapingoForest Restoration EngineeringBachelor
TexcocoMexicoUniversidad Autonoma ChapingoIndustrial ForestryBachelor
TexcocoMexicoUniversidad Autonoma ChapingoRenewable Natural Resources EngineeringMaster
TexcocoMexicoUniversidad Autonoma ChapingoNatural Resources and Environment in Arid ZonesMaster
ChihuahuaMexicoUniversidad Autónoma de ChihuahuaForest EngineeringBachelor
WindhoekNamibiaUniversity of NaimbiaNatural Resources ManagementBachelor
PokharaNepalTribhuvan University (Pokhara Campus)ForestryBachelor
PokharaNepalTribhuvan University (Pokhara Campus)ForestryPhD
PokharaNepalTribhuvan University (Pokhara Campus)ForestryTo provide the students with advanced training in forestry, natural resource conservation and management.Master
ChitwanNepalAgriculture and Forestry UniversityForestryBachelor
ChitwanNepalAgriculture and Forestry UniversityForestryTo produce competent manpower to promote education, research and development in agriculture, forestry and allied disciplinesMaster
KathmanduNepalKathmandu Forestry CollegeForestryEnhance employment prospects in a broad range of careers, including forestry, soil conservation and watershed management, wildlife management, biodiversity, and environment.Bachelor
KathmanduNepalKathmandu Forestry CollegeNatural Resource Management and Rural DevelopmentMaster
VelpNetherlandsVan Hall Larenstein University of Applied SciencesForestry and Nature ManagementIn our Bachelor of Forestry and Nature Management (BSc), conservation, management and sustainable development of forests and natural areas take centre stage. The world’s forests and nature areas are very diverse. Some border on busy urban areas and are intensively used for recreational purposes, while others lie deep in the Amazon and are never disturbed by human activity. Our forests and natural areas play roles that are vital for our survival: from recreation, timber production, ensuring water reserves and CO2 storage to wellbeing and health, filtering environmental micro-particles and biomass production. Due to the diversity and the different roles these areas play for our lives, every kind of forest or natural area needs to be managed in a different way. Our study programme in Forestry and Nature Management will not only teach you about the important roles of forests and nature, but also about developing sustainable solutions for managing and developing these areas and for conserving them. Factors such as climate change, diminishing natural resources, urbanisation and the economic crisis have an important effect on people’s lives worldwide. Forests and natural areas can play an important role in mitigating the detrimental effects of these factors, which is why it is important to conserve them and try to expand them. Deforestation and climate change require sustainable solutions. Are you ready to take on these challenges as a Forestry and Nature Manager and contribute to a greener, more sustainable future for all of us? Then our Bachelor in Forestry and Nature Management will fit you like a glove!Bachelor
WageningenNetherlandsWageningen University and Research Centre (Wageningen UR)Forest and Nature ConservationThe Master Forest and Nature Conservation focuses on policy, sustainable management and conservation of forest and nature, i.e. understanding and predicting the effect of phenomena such as deforestation, biodiversity loss, ecotourism, timber production and animal reintroduction. Insights into all aspects of forest and nature conservation are required to address these issues. The study programme represents an integrated approach to natural resource management that can be applied at different scales, to diverse ecosystems and in varying political and social contexts. An outstanding research environment and three comprehensive specialisations contribute to making the programme challenging for undergraduates from both the natural and social sciences.Master
ManaguaNicaraguaUniversidad Nacional Agraria (UNAA)Forestry EngineeringBachelor
IbadanNigeriaUniversity of IbadanForest Resources ManagementBachelor
Benin CityNigeriaUniversity of BeninForestry and WildlifeBachelor
UmudikeNigeriaMichael Okpara University of AgricultureForestry and Environmental ManagementBachelor
AkureNigeriaFederal University of Technology AkureAgricultural Technology Bachelor
AkureNigeriaFederal University of Technology AkureForestryMaster
AkureNigeriaFederal University of Technology AkureWood TechnologyMaster
MakurdiNigeriaUniversity of Agriculture, MakurdiForest Production and ProductsBachelor
MakurdiNigeriaUniversity of Agriculture, MakurdiSocial and Environmental ForestryBachelor
CalabarNigeriaCross River University of TechnologyForestry and WildlifeBachelor
CalabarNigeriaCross River University of TechnologyForestry and WildlifeMaster
CalabarNigeriaCross River University of TechnologyForestry and WildlifePhD
HedmarkNorwayHedmark University CollegeNordic Forest and Wildlife ManagementSustainable use and management of natural resources are not any longer of national, but of cross-boundary concern. Regarding global impacts such as climate change, you will, as a future manager of natural resources, as a scientist or as a teacher, need an international approach. Combined with your higher education studies in any green field, this program will help you to widen your horizon and to improve your understanding of natural resource management.Bachelor
ÅsNorwayDepartment of Ecology and Natural Resource Management, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB)Forest SciencesBachelor candidates in Forest Sciences have comprehensive knowledge about forest nature and are able to work with multidisciplinary approaches in forest management.Bachelor
ÅsNorwayDepartment of Ecology and Natural Resource Management, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB)Forest SciencesA Master graduate in Forest Sciences should have comprehensive and advanced expertise on forest ecosystems and be able to work with interdisciplinary challenges in forest management.Master
RawalpindiPakistanPir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture UniversityForestry and Range ManagementBachelor
RawalpindiPakistanPir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture UniversityForestry and Range ManagementMaster
RawalpindiPakistanPir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture UniversityForestry and Range ManagementTo address the problems of land degradation, with special emphasis on problems of rangeland degradation, deforestation and proper management of natural resources of arid and semi arid regions of the country.PhD
SheringaPakistanShaheed Benazir Bhutto UniversityForestryHigh quality forester and to develop scientific infrastructure for teaching and research for the development, conservation and sustainable management of forests, Range lands, Watershed and wild life habitat.Bachelor
Faisalabad, PunjabPakistanUniversity of Agriculture, FaisalabadForestryPhD
Faisalabad, PunjabPakistanUniversity of Agriculture, FaisalabadForestryBachelor
Faisalabad, PunjabPakistanUniversity of Agriculture, FaisalabadForestry and Range ManagementTraining and production of manpower equipped with basic as well as applied knowledge of Forestry and allied disciplines to guide the farmers for successful integration of farm crops with trees and to enhance farm friendly wildlife species.Master
MultanPakistanBahauddin Zakariya University, MultanForestry Range and Wildlife ManagementNo description providedBachelor
MultanPakistanBahauddin Zakariya University, MultanForestry Range and Wildlife ManagementMaster
MultanPakistanBahauddin Zakariya University, MultanForestry Range and Wildlife ManagementPhD
HaripurPakistanUniversity of HaripurForestry and Wildlife ManagementTo identify constraints and conduct research on issues related to forest, wildlife & pasture / rangelands resources of Sub-humid and humid regions.Bachelor
HaripurPakistanUniversity of HaripurForestry and Wildlife ManagementMaster
SwatPakistanUniversity of SwatAgriculture Sciences and ForestrySustainable management and promotion of Forests conservation for their biological diversity, ecological, recreational, scientific and educational values and quality water production functionsBachelor
MorobePapua New GuineaUniversity of Technology Papua New GuineaForestryBachelor
MolinaPeruUniversidad Nacional Agraria La MolinaTerritorial Planning for Sustainable DevelopmentBachelor
MolinaPeruUniversidad Nacional Agraria La MolinaForests and Forest Resources ManagementMaster
MolinaPeruUniversidad Nacional Agraria La MolinaForest Resources ConservationMaster
MolinaPeruUniversidad Nacional Agraria La MolinaDesign management of green areas and urban forestryBachelor
IquitosPeruUniversidad de la Amazonia PeruanaForest EngineeringBachelor
HuancayoPeruUniversidad del Centro del PerúForest and Environmental ScienceBachelor
CajamarcaPeruUniversidad Nacional de CajamarcaForest EngineeringBachelor
Tingo MaríaPeruUniversidad Nacional Agraria de la SelvaForest EngineeringBachelor
KrakowPolandAgricultural University in Krakow - Faculty of ForestryForestryThe graduate programme lasts 1.5 years (3 semesters). We welcome the graduates from EU (including Polish citizens) and outside of EU, who graduated first degree programmes such as Bachelor (BA or BSc.) in forestry or similar field.Master
PoznanPolandPoznan University of Life SciencesForestryThe Bachelor Programme is offered to candidates with a good command of biology, mathematics, physics and chemistry and with strong interests in natural and technical sciences. The programme takes 7 semesters (3.5 years) to complete and can be realized in three specialization areas: general forestry, forest protection and forestry business.Bachelor
PoznanPolandPoznan University of Life SciencesForestryThe Master’s Programme is offered to graduates with a Bachelor’s degree in forestry (B.Sc.F.). A Master’s is for 3 semesters. The programme consists of lectures, labs and in-the-field training/trips. The curriculum covers a wide spectrum of subjects which concentrate around advanced forest biology, technology, management and economics.Master
PoznanPolandPoznan University of Life SciencesForestryThe MSc programme in Forestry is geared for students who have completed their undergraduate studies in Forestry and have obtained the degree of BSc in Forestry or in related sciences. The programme lasts for three semesters (18 months) and starts in October. After completing the courses, presenting the master’s theses and passing the final examinations the student receives the degree of M.Sc. in Forestry. During their studies, students are offered lectures, practicals, labs and field practicals/trips. Apart from obligatory courses students may select from a number of electives.Master
PoznanPolandPoznan University of Life SciencesWood ScienceThe MSc programme in Wood Science is geared for students who have completed their undergraduate studies in Wood Technology or Wood Science or Forest Products Engineering and have obtained the degree of BSc in the mentioned studies or in related sciences. The programme lasts for three semesters (18 months) and starts in October. After completing the courses, presenting MSc thesis and passing the final examinations students receive the degree of MSc in Wood Science. During their studies, students are offered lectures, seminars, labs and industrial traineeships. Apart from obligatory courses students may select from a number of electives. The course covers practically all aspects of modern wood science, providing students with the most up-to-date knowledge and gives students opportunities to enhance their knowledge and solve research problems. To add value to their studies students will be confronted with real-life case studies and learn about real challenges facing modern wood science.Master
WarsawPolandWarsaw University of Life Sciences - Faculty of ForestryForest Information Technology"Forest Information Technology" is the regular MSc program taught in English running based on the agreement between SGGW and HNEE signed on 15 June 2005 in Eberswalde. "Forest Information Technology" (FIT) is a joint program between Faculty of Forest and Environment at University of Sustainable Development in Eberswalde, Germany and Faculty of Forestry at Warsaw University of Life Sciences-SGGW. Teaching takes place at both locations.Master
HajnówkaPolandBialystok Technical UniversityForestryBachelor
ÉvoraPortugalDepartment of Forestry, University of ÉvoraForestry Engineering: Mediterranean SystemsThis programme is designed to provide the students with a solid scientific grounding in the domain of forestry systems, as well as specific training in current technologies for the prediction of long-term responses of forestry systems. Students will be equipped with a broad interdisciplinary knowledge about relevant issues related to multi-functional forest management at different time scales. Students will develop the technical-scientific skills needed for the management of complex multi-functional forestry systems, enabling them to design, develop and implement tools (individually or in a team) for the management, planning and spatial planning of forestry systems, more specifically for multi-functional Mediterranean forestry systems.Master
CoimbraPortugalCoimbra Agricultural School - Coimbra PolytechnicForest Resources EngineeringBachelor
CoimbraPortugalCoimbra Agricultural School - Coimbra PolytechnicForest Resources EngineeringMaster
LisbonPortugalUniversity of LisbonEngenharia Florestal e dos Recursos NaturaisThis degree aims to offer internationally recognized knowledge in Forestry and Natural Resources. Specifically, under the 1st cycle, it offers a unique integration of knowledge in scientific fields such as Biology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science and Ecology, with expertise in Economic and Social Sciences and Forest Engineering. This integration is instrumental to the development of skills that enable future engineers to be leaders in planning, certification, management, conservation, restoration and monitoring of forest ecosystems and industrial use of forest products.Bachelor
LisbonPortugalUniversity of LisbonForestry and Natural ResourcesThe main objective of the Master in Forestry and Natural Resources is to provide a proper university-level education to meet the versatile needs of the development of the Portuguese forest sector, including the sustainable management of forest ecosystems in order to ensure the conservation and sensible use of the forests and the interaction with forest products industries. Forest and Natural Resources Engineers are professionals who analyze, conceive, design, and guide the implementation of work on the multipurpose development of the forestry sector.Master
LisbonPortugalUniversity of LisbonMediterranean Forestry and Natural Resources Management (MEDfOR) - International MasterMEDfOR is a two-year world-class Erasmus Mundus Master Course Programme that answers a call for a coordinated approach throughout the Mediterranean basin to develop reliable information and tools - based on sound science and a multidisciplinary approach, in order to improve Mediterranean forestry and natural resources management and policy-making. The MEDfOR emphasis is on educating the leaders of the future generation of engineers, managers, researchers, and teachers involved in Mediterranean forestry and natural resources management. MEDfOR equips students with a solid scientific habilitation and the competences for careers in innovative fields of work within the Mediterranean forestry supply chain. It will both provide the basis needed for students to pursue academic opportunities (e.g. PhD program) and the qualifications needed to fill positions in all Mediterranean forestry supply chain segments (e.g. forestry and natural resources organizations, either public or private, either national or international).Master
SuceavaRomaniaŞtefan cel Mare University, SuceavaSilvicultureBachelor
SuceavaRomaniaŞtefan cel Mare University, SuceavaEcology and Environmental ProtectionBachelor
SuceavaRomaniaŞtefan cel Mare University, SuceavaManagement of Wood Harvesting and Wood Processing ActivitiesMaster
SuceavaRomaniaŞtefan cel Mare University, SuceavaBiodiversity Conservation and Forest CertificationMaster
BrasovRomaniaTransylvania University, Bra?ovForest ManagementBachelor
BrasovRomaniaTransylvania University, Bra?ovForest EngineeringBachelor
BrasovRomaniaTransylvania University, Bra?ovGame ManagementBachelor
BrasovRomaniaTransylvania University, Bra?ovManagement Forest EcosystemMaster
BrasovRomaniaTransylvania University, Bra?ovTechnical System and Management in Forest EngineeringMaster
TimisoaraRomaniaBanat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Timi?oaraForestryBachelor
TimisoaraRomaniaBanat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Timi?oaraDiversity of forest ecosystemsMaster
UfaRussian FederationBashkir State Agricultural UniversityForestryBachelor
KhabarovskRussian FederationSchool of Ecology and Nature Management; Pacific National UniversityForestryBachelor
KhabarovskRussian FederationSchool of Ecology and Nature Management; Pacific National UniversityTechnology of logging and wood processing industriesBachelor
KhabarovskRussian FederationSchool of Ecology and Nature Management; Pacific National UniversityForestryMaster
KhabarovskRussian FederationSchool of Ecology and Nature Management; Pacific National UniversityTechnology of logging and wood processing industriesMaster
KazanRussian FederationKazan State Agrarian UniversityForestryBachelor
KazanRussian FederationKazan State Agrarian UniversityForestryMaster
ArkangelskRussian FederationFaculty of Forestry, Arkhangelsk State Technical UniversityForestryUndergraduate programme in speciality “Forestry” was started in 1934. The graduates obtain a qualification of an engineer. It is a key speciality programme of the faculty training highly-qualified specialists for forest districts, forestry societies, boards of forestry management, nature reserves, tree seed stations, research and design institutes and other enterprises, institutions, organizations in different regions of Russia, but primarily in the European North.
ArkangelskRussian FederationFaculty of Forestry, Arkhangelsk State Technical UniversityForestryBachelor’s degree programme "Forestry” was started in 2008. It is a first stage of multi-level programme training highly-qualified specialists. The study process within this programme lasts for four years. On completion of the programme the graduates obtain a diploma of higher education with a Bachelor’s degree in forestry. Bachelor’s degree allows the graduates to make their career in the field of forests and park-forests, technological processes of reproducing and improving species composition, quality of forest stands and increasing their productive capacity; conservation and protection of forest lands. The graduates of a Bachelor’s degree programme interested in conducting research are encouraged to continue their studies at the second stage - Master’s degree programme. On completion of the programme they have a chance of teaching or doing a postgraduate programme.Bachelor
Saint PetersburgRussian FederationSaint Petersburg State Forest Technical UniversityForestry (CBU FOR)CBU MSc Degree Programme in Forestryis based on bilateral and international collaboration in the fields of forest and environmental sciences with the aim to promote the ecologically and socially sustainable use of nature resources. As well as teaching based on high level scientific research the aim is to develop student's cross-cultural understanding and knowledge of different working environments. It is designed for students, who already have their Bachelor or comparable degree recognized by the university. The working language is English, and studies take place both in Finland and Russia. The extent of this two-year long study course is 120 ECTS points. It has been fully implemented since autumn 2007.Master
Saint PetersburgRussian FederationSaint Petersburg State Forest Technical UniversityEuroforesterThe forestry profession faces profound changes. Forests are no longer regarded simply as "factories" for wood production. The outputs from forests have become and keen concern for the whole society - nationally, regionally and globally. Consequently, the forester of today must have a wide perspective and be capable of working in an international environment.??Across borders, countries share environmental and social issues; likewise, forest industries and markets increasingly expand across national borders.??The focus, in the Euroforester MSc programme, is on sustainable forestry in the Baltic Sea region - the hub of the European forest resources. Countries in the region share comparable biological conditions, but vary markedly in forestry practices and traditions.??To respond to these needs, "Euroforester" has been developed in cooperation between 13 forest faculties in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Russia, Ukraine and Sweden.?The network has since the start 2000 expanded, and now we also cooperate with Universities in Uruguay and China.??This constitutes an excellent setting for international studies in forestry. In addition to acquiring up-to date knowledge, students will form their own international network with the peers and the international teacher team.Master
Saint PetersburgRussian FederationSaint Petersburg State Forest Technical UniversityForest Policy and EconomicsFORPEC (Forest Policy and Economics) – first and unique MSc programme in forestry in Russia, in which education is totally in English and based on module system.Master
YekaterinburgRussian FederationUral State Forest Engineering UniversityForestryBachelor
YekaterinburgRussian FederationUral State Forest Engineering UniversityForestryMaster
ButareRwandaDept. of  Forestry & Nature Conservation (FNC), University of RwandaForestry and Nature ConservationBachelor
BelgradeSerbiaUniversity of BelgradeForestryThe aim of the study program is qualifying experts for all jobs in silviculture, protection and utilization of forests and forest products and sustainable management of forest ecosystems.Bachelor
BelgradeSerbiaUniversity of BelgradeForestryMaster
BelgradeSerbiaUniversity of BelgradeDoctoral StudiesDoctoral studies at the University of Belgrade– Faculty of Forestry last for six semesters granting 180 ECTS credits upon their completion.PhD
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)ForestryForestry is the study programme in the first (BSc.) and second (MSc.) degree of study. Forests cover nearly 41 % of the territory of the Slovak Republic. They are said to be one of the greatest natural riches fulfilling not only the wood production but also many other amenity functions (water management and protective, climatic, health and recreation, etc.), which are important and inevitable for life preservation on the Earth. Therefore, constant attention should be paid to forests and competent specialists, who approach them globally with all their components and follow the ongoing processes in them, should look after them.Bachelor
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Applied Zoology and Game ManagementApplied Zoology and Game Management is the study programme in the first (BSc.) and second (MSc.) degree of study, which is focused on training of specialists, whose knowledge come out from the deeper understanding of forest game biology, hunting and game management. Knowledge enlargement includes primarily the game-forest-landscape relations, forest game biotopes, game care and commercial aspects of hunting.Bachelor
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)ForestryForestry is the study programme in the first (BSc.) and second (MSc.) degree of study. Forests cover nearly 41 % of the territory of the Slovak Republic. They are said to be one of the greatest natural riches fulfilling not only the wood production but also many other amenity functions (water management and protective, climatic, health and recreation, etc.), which are important and inevitable for life preservation on the Earth. Therefore, constant attention should be paid to forests and competent specialists, who approach them globally with all their components and follow the ongoing processes in them, should look after them.Master
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Forest EcologyForest ecology is the study programme in the second (MSc.) degree of study that prepares ecological specialists with deeper knowledge of reciprocal connections between abiotic and biotic components of forest ecosystems, their inner organisation and structure.Master
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Applied Zoology and Game ManagementApplied Zoology and Game Management is the study programme in the first (BSc.) and second (MSc.) degree of study, which is focused on training of specialists, whose knowledge come out from the deeper understanding of forest game biology, hunting and game management. Knowledge enlargement includes primarily the game-forest-landscape relations, forest game biotopes, game care and commercial aspects of hunting.Master
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Geoinformatics and Mapping Technologies in ForestryStudy Programme Geoinformatics and Mapping Technologies in Forestry. This branch of study enables the students to keep requirements of forestry practice and special requirements of geoinformatics and forestry mapping: specific methods of forest management and geodesy, creation of the forest management works, forest appreciation, remote sensing. The graduates will be able to analyze and to solve general and particular problems of forest research, in area of geographic data collecting, managing and using for forestry and ecology.Master
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Applied Zoology and Game ManagementPhD
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Forest ManagementPhD
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Forestry PhytologyPhD
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Forestry AmeliorationsPhD
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Silviculture and Forest ProtectionPhD
ZvolenSlovakiaTechnical University in Zvolen (TUZVO)Technique and Technologies of Forestry ProductionPhD
LjubljanaSloveniaUniversity of LjubljanaForestry and Renewable Forest ResourcesForests are a particular living space, they help create ecological balance and, at the same time, provide the human population with a basic renewable resource, as well as numerous non-material benefits. Sustainable development is not possible without professional foresters. Almost two thirds of Slovenian territory is covered by forests, which is a particularity in Europe and is an excellent opportunity for development, since natural resources are scarce and Slovenia has a rich tradition of sustainable, close-to-nature forest management. The study programme qualifies students for complete ecosystem forest work in accordance with modern principles of close-to-nature, multipurpose and sustainable management.Bachelor
LjubljanaSloveniaUniversity of LjubljanaWood Science and TechnologyThe main aim of the First Cycle Academic Study Program in Wood Science and Technology is to educate experts who are able to provide an interdisciplinary link among natural science, technical, economic and social subjects, with the aim of the sustainable development of the profession - wood science and technology. In line with the challenges of the modern world, graduates are qualified to evaluate wood correctly as a sustainable resource, recognise the structure and properties of wood and other ligno-cellulose materials and, knowing these properties, to seek the optimal use of wood, ligno-cellulose materials and wood products, to manage and plan wood processing and wood working technologies applied to wood and wood composites, and to organize and manage companies concerned with wood and wood products.Bachelor
LjubljanaSloveniaUniversity of LjubljanaForestry and Forest Ecosystem ManagementThe basic aim of the study program is to provide students with integral knowledge about forests and to train them for management in accordance with three contemporary principles of forest management – co-natural, multi-purpose and sustainable. This requires knowledge of forest ecosystems, social science aspects of forest management, technologies that can be used in dealing with forests and familiarity with contemporary methodological tools. The program follows contemporary European trends and places to the fore integral eco-system forest management. Students deepen basic knowledge about forests and their management and, depending on their particular interests, also obtain wider knowledge from special or fringe fields of forestry and managing forest ecosystems.Master
LjubljanaSloveniaUniversity of LjubljanaWood Science and Timber EngineeringThe study program is designed with the aim of educating experts capable of solving the most demanding research, developmental, technological, organisational and leadership tasks and challenges in the field of wood science and technology and related fields and, in accordance with contemporary challenges, to ensure the all-round development of the profession, which, in addition to preserving and exploiting the rich tradition, needs the capacity to adapt to new technological and economic guidelines. Masters are educated in overall and in-depth understanding, critical judgement and the use of theoretical knowledge in practice. They are trained independently to provide overall solutions to complex professional problems, especially by seeking new sources of knowledge, and to have the ability to work interdisciplinarily and to use scientific methods. They have the capacity for analytical and divergent thinking, critical judgement and creativity and independently to solve problems and to adopt strategic and operational (business) decisions. They are trained to perform individual and group (project) work, in which social responsibility and professional ethics are stressed. They are trained in the creative use of modern information technologies and the organisation and management of groups and/or companies.Master
StellenboschSouth AfricaStellenbosch UniversityForestry and Natural Resource SciencesBachelor
StellenboschSouth AfricaStellenbosch UniversityWood and Wood Products SciencesBachelor
StellenboschSouth AfricaStellenbosch UniversityForestry and Natural Resource SciencesMaster
StellenboschSouth AfricaStellenbosch UniversityWood and Wood Products SciencesMaster
StellenboschSouth AfricaStellenbosch UniversityForestry and Wood SciencesPhD
CwaruSouth AfricaFort Cox College of Agriculture and ForestryForestryBachelor
Port ElizabethSouth AfricaNelson Mandela Metropolitan UniversityForestryBachelor
PretoriaSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaForest ScienceMaster
PretoriaSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaForest Management and the EnvironmentMaster
PretoriaSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaForest SciencePhD
ThohoyandouSouth AfricaUniversity of VendaScience in Agriculture (Forestry Specialization)Bachelor
SeoulSouth KoreaSeoul National UniversityForest Environmental ScienceBachelor
SeoulSouth KoreaSeoul National UniversityEnvironmental Materials ScienceBachelor
KookminSouth KoreaKookmin UniversityForest ScienceBachelor
KookminSouth KoreaKookmin UniversityForest ScienceMaster
LeónSpainUniversidad de LeónForestry and Environmental StudiesBachelor
CórdobaSpainUniversity of CórdobaForestry EngineeringBachelor
LleidaSpainUniversity of LleidaForest EngineeringBachelor
LleidaSpainUniversity of LleidaForestry EngineeringMaster
LleidaSpainUniversity of LleidaEuropean ForestryMaster
LleidaSpainUniversity of LleidaMediterranean Forestry and Natural Resources Management (MEDfOR) - International MasterMaster
LleidaSpainUniversity of LleidaForest FiresMaster
LleidaSpainUniversity of LleidaForest and the Environment ManagementPhD
Palencia and SoriaSpainUniversity of VallodolidForestryMaster
Palencia and SoriaSpainUniversity of VallodolidTechnical Engineering in ForestryMaster
Palencia and SoriaSpainUniversity of VallodolidMediterranean Forestry and Natural Resources Management (MEDfOR) - International MasterMedfor - Erasmus Mediterranean Forestry and Natural Resources Management is a two-year world-class Mundus Master Course Programme That answers a call for a Coordinated Approach THROUGHOUT the Mediterranean basin to Develop reliable information and tools - based on sound science and a multidisciplinary approach, in Order to Improve Mediterranean forestry and the natural resources management and policy-making.Master
Palencia and SoriaSpainUniversity of VallodolidConservation and Sustainable Use of Forest SystemsThe University of Valladolid, in collaboration with the Forestry Research Center INIA, develops, from 2003-04, a study program on Conservation and Sustainable Use of Forest Systems for obtaining master's degrees and doctorates. The master's program consists of a series of courses and the completion of a Master's Thesis. Graduates of the master's degree in Forest Engineering from the University of Valladolid can apply reconociento from credit (cases of graduates from other titles and centers studied individually). Upon completion of studies of this master's degree, doctorate can access the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Forest Systems.Master
Palencia and SoriaSpainUniversity of VallodolidTechnical Engineering in ForestryBachelor
Palencia and SoriaSpainUniversity of VallodolidConservation and Sustainable Use of Forest SystemsThis doctoral program, coordinated by the Institute for Research in Sustainable Forest Management is attached to the University of Valladolid. To complete this level of education, students must prepare, present and defend an original research in the field of forestry research. This program aims to train professionals who can generate new knowledge for sustainable forest management.PhD
MadridSpainEscuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de MontesForestryBachelor
MadridSpainEscuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de MontesForestryMaster
MadridSpainEscuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de MontesAdvanced Forest ResearchMaster
MadridSpainEscuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de MontesAdvanced Forest ResearchPhD
ValenciaSpainUniversidad Politécnica de ValenciaForest and Environmental EngineeringBachelor
ValenciaSpainUniversidad Politécnica de ValenciaForest EngineeringMaster
AlbaceteSpainUniversidad de Castilla La ManchaForest And Environmental EngineeringBachelor
AlbaceteSpainUniversidad de Castilla La ManchaForest EngineeringMaster
AlbaceteSpainUniversidad de Castilla La ManchaInternational DoctorateThe push for doctorate programs that UCLM maintains has been reinforced with the drive to have an international projection of our offer of Doctorate Programs. The incorporation of foreign doctorate students is an important added advantage to the Doctorate Program at UCLM. The intense collaboration with the Iberoamerican universities in the development of distinct courses that annually take place at UCLM is a unique and special quality on our campus.PhD
KhartoumSudanUniversity of KhartoumForest SciencesMaster
KhartoumSudanUniversity of KhartoumForest SciencesPhD
KhartoumSudanSudan University of Science and TechnologyForestryBachelor
Khartoum SudanUniversity of BahriForestryBachelor
UmeåSwedenSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)EuroforesterThis program is a top choice for you who are open-minded and wish to get profound understanding in forest management, ecology, planning and policy that goes beyond certain national tradition. Forests are no longer regarded as simply factories for wood production. A wide range of multiple forest uses have become of increasing concern for society – from the regional to global scale. In this regard, the environmental and social concerns of many nations overlap. Likewise, the operations of forest companies increasingly cut-across national borders. Today’s forest sector thereby requires specialists possessing a broad knowledge base and international perspective. To respond to these needs, the Euroforester programme has been developed in cooperation between 14 forest faculties in Europe. With guidance provided by an international research and teaching team, Euroforester courses include numerous study trips in Sweden and abroad.Master
UmeåSwedenSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)Management of Fish and Wildlife PopulationsDo you want to contribute to the sustainable management of the world’s fish and wildlife resources? The programme will prepare you for a career in the many governmental and non-governmental organizations involved!Master
UmeåSwedenSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)Sustainable Forest and Nature ManagementAre you interested in a deeper understanding of holistic forest and nature management? Would you like to work as a forester in an international environment? The Erasmus+ Master’s programme in Sustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONAMA) is a two-year world-class integrated programme aimed at enabling graduates to deal with the enormous challenges in sustainable management of natural resources, namely the challenge of management of forests and nature in an integrated landscape.Master
UmeåSwedenSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)FONASO – Forest and Nature for SocietyMaster
UmeåSwedenSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)Doctoral Educationhe Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) is one of Sweden’s top research universities, with an extensive range of research degrees on offer. As a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) student, you will be a part of a supportive research community and an exciting and challenging research culture. At SLU, we provide a rich and stimulating environment for our students. The majority of our research schools are interdisciplinary, many of our supervisors are at the forefront of scientific discovery and SLU’s expert knowledge is increasingly in demand.PhD
KalmarSwedenLinnaeus UniversityForest Production and Wood UtilizationAre you interested in a future within the forestry and wood industry? We offer top-of-the-line education programmes in distance format. If you choose to study on the Forest Production and Wood Utilization Programme you will be prepared for a future as, for instance, a consultant or a manager in the forestry and wood industry. The education is a three-year bachelor’s programme in forestry and wood technology, with the possibility to obtain a university degree in the same subject after two years. The programme is given in Swedish.Bachelor
KalmarSwedenLinnaeus UniversityForest and Wood EngineeringWood is an advantageous material in many ways. It is a raw material that is in abundance and the use of wood contributes to a sustainable cycle. As a matter of fact, wood is also emotional, it provides an entirely different sensation than does, for instance, plastic and steel. Considering all this, it becomes clear why wood is the most commonly used material in interior decoration, furniture, walls and floors. This is one of few programmes in the country that educates you in the whole chain from forestry to the finished product. The programme is given in Swedish.Bachelor
KalmarSwedenLinnaeus UniversityForest and Wood EngineeringLinnæus University has developed a new master programme which opens up the opportunity for a career within the forest and wood industry. The programme is the result of a cooperation between the university and major national organisations and companies.Master
ZollikofenSwitzerlandBern University of Applied SciencesForest ScienceWorking towards environmentally sound forest ecosystems. Forests have many functions: they protect from avalanches and rock fall, yield wood for building or other purposes and are a source of renewable fuel. They serve as recreation areas for people and as habitats for plants and animals. Finally, they also store water and carbon. More than ever, there is a need for well-educated experts who can reconcile the social, economic and ecological demands placed on forests.Bachelor
ZollikofenSwitzerlandBern University of Applied SciencesAgricultural and Forest SciencesThe Master’s degree programme focuses on the knowledge and skills associated with a special topic; these are further developed in the Master thesis, which is a grounded, practice-orientated research project. In line with the research topic and emphasis chosen, students use their own approaches and methods to investigate scientific, economic, social and political questions in the areas of agriculture, forest science, the processing and trade of food and wood products, resource management, environmental change, sustainability and development.Master
MorogoroTanzaniaSokoine University of Agriculture, MorogoroForestryBachelor
MorogoroTanzaniaSokoine University of Agriculture, MorogoroScience in ForestryMaster
MorogoroTanzaniaSokoine University of Agriculture, MorogoroAgroforestryMaster
MorogoroTanzaniaSokoine University of Agriculture, MorogoroForest Products and TechnologyMaster
MorogoroTanzaniaSokoine University of Agriculture, MorogoroForest EngineeringMaster
MorogoroTanzaniaSokoine University of Agriculture, MorogoroForest Resource Assessment and ManagementMaster
MorogoroTanzaniaSokoine University of Agriculture, MorogoroForestryPhD
Moshi TanzaniaForest Industries Training InstituteDiploma and Certificate in Forest Industries TechnologyBachelor
BangkokThailandKasetsart UniversityForestryBachelor
BangkokThailandKasetsart UniversityForestryMaster
BukidnonThe PhilippinesCentral Mindanao UniversityForestryBachelor
BukidnonThe PhilippinesCentral Mindanao UniversityForestry Resource ManagementMaster
ArimaTrinidad and TobagoUniversity of Trinidad and TobagoForestryBachelor
ArimaTrinidad and TobagoUniversity of Trinidad and TobagoEnvironmental Science and ManagementMaster
ArtvinTurkeyArtvin Çoruh University - Faculty of ForestryForest EngineeringDepartment of Forestry Engineering undergraduate education aims to meet forest product needs of society, to perform social services, to provide education, research and consultancy services in biotechnical, socio-economic and collective-cultural issues about evaluation of forests as an ecosystem in an scientific approach, rehabilitation, improvement, and natural and artificial regeneration and administration in order to protect forests and provide sustainability.Bachelor
ArtvinTurkeyArtvin Çoruh University - Faculty of ForestryForest EngineeringTo meet experienced human resource need, to perform social services, to provide consultancy services about evaluation of forests as an ecosystem in an scientific approach in order to protect forests and provide sustainability, rehabilitation, improvement and natural and artificial regeneration. To train successful graduate "Forest Engineers" who are capable of planning, applying and controlling activities in Forest Engineering field and who work with self denying.Master
ArtvinTurkeyArtvin Çoruh University - Faculty of ForestryForest Industry EngineersTo train innovative and leader engineers who are capable of theoretical knowledge and practice, are competitive at national and international level, can use industrial knowledge and technology by considering current situation and future expectations of forest products industry. To train notable, academic and successful graduate "Forest Industry Engineers" by providing integration and communication at the hearth of disciplines and work in cooperation with other universities.Master
ArtvinTurkeyArtvin Çoruh University - Faculty of ForestryDoctorate ProgramThe doctorate education in the Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences of Artvin Coruh University was started in 2009. The Department of Forest Engineering has the following branches that give graduate degree: Forestry Botany, Soil Science and Ecology, Forest Entomology and Protection, Silviculture, Forest Construction - Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Watershed Management, Forest Management, Forest Economics.PhD
ÇankiriTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Çankiri Karatekin UniversityForest EngineeringThe goal of this program is to graduate students who are capable in social and technical matters and who could solve environmental and forestry problems, use their knowledge for management and protection of forest resources.Bachelor
ÇankiriTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Çankiri Karatekin UniversityForest EngineeringEducate students so that they acquire relevant knowledge about forestry and related fields; develop student`s ability to solve problems using the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools; develop student`s ability to utilize his/her knowledge in designing, conducting and analyzing results for solving basic forestry related problems; develop student`s ability to effectively communicate.Master
ÇankiriTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Çankiri Karatekin UniversityForest EngineeringEducate students so that they acquire relevant knowledge about forestry and related fields; develop student`s ability to solve problems using the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools; develop student`s ability to utilize his/her knowledge in designing, conducting and analyzing results for solving basic forestry related problems; develop student`s ability to effectively communicate.PhD
Çiğli/İzmirTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Izmir Katip Celebi UniversityForestry Industry EngineeringBachelor
rabzonTurkeyKaradeniz Teknik Universitesi - Black Sea Technical UniversityForestry EngineeringThe Department of Forest Engeneering has a training system for teaching students inorder to be engineers which are protect and sustain forests, act services for todays and future society, make plans, act plans and control plans for supporting forest products.Bachelor
rabzonTurkeyKaradeniz Teknik Universitesi - Black Sea Technical UniversityWildlife Ecology and ManagementBachelor
KastamonuTurkeyKastamonu University - Faculty of ForestryForest EngineeringBachelor
KastamonuTurkeyKastamonu University - Faculty of ForestryForest Industrial EngineeringBachelor
KarabukTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Karabuk UniversityForest Product EngineeringBachelor
KarabukTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Karabuk UniversityForest Product EngineeringMaster
KarabukTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Karabuk UniversityForest Product EngineeringPhD
Çünür/IspartaTurkeySüleyman Demirel University Faculty of ForestryForest Products EngineerThe education program of Department of Forest Prodcuts Engineering meets the expectations of forest products industry and provide basic information related to the forest ?ndustry sectors. The undergraduate curriculum emphasizes communication, problem-solving and technical skills. The curriculum constructed to achieve these objectives contain courses in the field of wood mechanics and technology, wood protection, forest products chemistry and technology and machineries of forest industry, and additional courses such as computer applications, business management and behavioural sciences. In addition to compulsory courses, the students are given the chance of taking courses from the list of elective courses based on their own preferences, which makes the programme flexible from the students' perspective. This enables the department to educate forest prodcuts engineers who have the competency to work individually or in groups to identify wood science and technology problems, find solutions for them and apply them with an ethical responsibility.Bachelor
Çünür/IspartaTurkeySüleyman Demirel University Faculty of ForestryForest EngineeringDepartment of Forest Engineering at SDU offers education, research and consulting services in forestry in order to manage and protect forest resources within scientific perspective. Since forestry involves biological and ecological sciences as well as social and economical sciences, prospective students who want to work as foresters should be interested in sciences, be willing to work with local people, and must enjoy working outdoors. Following a 4 years of education with 61 courses (130 SDÜ credits, 240 ECTS credits); successful students receive a B.Sc. Diploma in "Forest Engineering". Once graduated, they will have a chance to work in variety of positions at Ministry of Environment and Forest and other public and private sector jobs related to natural resource management.Bachelor
Çünür/IspartaTurkeySüleyman Demirel University Faculty of ForestryForest Products EngineerThe Department of Forest Products Engineering was established in 1992. in 2005-2006 academic year the education started. The department of Forest Products Engineering carries out researches in many areas of Forest Biology and Wood Protection, Forest Products Chemistry and Technology, Forest Products Machinery and Economics, Wood Mechanics and Technology.Master
Çünür/IspartaTurkeySüleyman Demirel University Faculty of ForestryForest EngineeringDepartment of Forest Engineering at SDU offers education, research and consulting services in forestry in order to manage and protect forest resources within scientific perspective. Since forestry involves biological and ecological sciences as well as social and economical sciences, prospective students who want to work as foresters should be interested in sciences, be willing to work with local people, and must enjoy working outdoors. Following a 4 semesters of education with 21 credits (120 ECTS credits); successful students receive a master degree in Forest Engineering in "Forest Engineering" department. However, following a 8 semesters of education with 24 credits (240 ECTS credits); successful students receive a doctorate degree in Forest Engineering in "Forest Engineering" department. Once graduated, they will have a chance to work in variety of positions at Ministry of Environment and Forest and other public and private sector jobs related to natural resource managementMaster
BursaTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Bursa Technical UniversityForest Industry EngineeringBachelor
BursaTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Bursa Technical UniversityForest EngineeringBachelor
BursaTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Bursa Technical UniversityForest Industry EngineeringMaster
BursaTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Bursa Technical UniversityForest ProductMaster
BursaTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Bursa Technical UniversityForest ProductEnglish MasterMaster
BursaTurkeyFaculty of Forestry, Bursa Technical UniversityForest Industry EngineeringPhD
KampalaUgandaSchool of Forestry, Environment and Geographical Sciences, Makerere UniversityConservation Forestry & Products Technology BCFPBachelor
KampalaUgandaSchool of Forestry, Environment and Geographical Sciences, Makerere UniversitySocial & Entrepreneurial Forestry BSEFBachelor
KampalaUgandaSchool of Forestry, Environment and Geographical Sciences, Makerere UniversityScience in Agro ForestryMaster
KampalaUgandaSchool of Forestry, Environment and Geographical Sciences, Makerere UniversityScience in ForestryMaster
KampalaUgandaSchool of Forestry, Environment and Geographical Sciences, Makerere UniversityForestryPhD
LuweroUgandaNdejje UniversityForest Science & Environmental Management (BFEM)Bachelor
LuweroUgandaNdejje UniversityForest Plantation and Agroforestry (BFPAF)Bachelor
KievUkraineNational University of Life and Environmental Sciences of UkraineForestry and Garden-park ManagementBachelor
KievUkraineNational University of Life and Environmental Sciences of UkraineForestryMaster
KievUkraineNational University of Life and Environmental Sciences of UkraineHunting industryMaster
KievUkraineNational University of Life and Environmental Sciences of UkraineWood processing technologiesMaster
AberdeenUnited KingdomUniversity of AberdeenForest SciencesForest Sciences has been taught at Aberdeen since 1907, and brings together the disciplines of Forestry, Ecology, Zoology, and Plant Science. The Department has an excellent reputation both nationally and internationally.Bachelor
AberdeenUnited KingdomUniversity of AberdeenForestryForestry has been taught at Aberdeen since 1907, and brings together the disciplines of forestry, ecology, zoology, and plant science. The Department has an excellent reputation both nationally and internationally.Bachelor
AberdeenUnited KingdomUniversity of AberdeenPlant & Soil SciencePlant & Soil Science at Aberdeen is the only Plant & Soil Science degree in the UK. The interaction between plants and soils is the basis for sustainability in all natural and managed terrestrial ecosystems.Bachelor
AberdeenUnited KingdomUniversity of AberdeenForestryInterested in a career in forest management, policy and/or research? Our MSc in Forestry is a professionally recognised qualification (accredited by the Institute of Chartered Foresters) for working in the forest sector in timber production, environmental services, community forestry or a combination of all of these.Master
CumbriaUnited KingdomNational School of Forestry, University of CumbriaForest ManagementForest and woodland management is important! Woodlands are now managed for a variety of reasons, including timber, carbon and biomass and non-wood forest products, recreation, landscape development, biodiversity and conservation. Where better to study this than the National School of Forestry?Bachelor
CumbriaUnited KingdomNational School of Forestry, University of CumbriaWoodland Ecology and ConservationThe conservation of forest and woodland resources world-wide is of critical importance as reservoirs of biodiversity, carbon sinks and ecosystem services. Closer to home ancient woodlands are under threat and natural habitats need protection. A balance has to be struck between the needs of people and the needs of nature.Bachelor
CumbriaUnited KingdomNational School of Forestry, University of CumbriaForestry Top-upThis course is specifically designed for people who have a Higher National Diploma or foundation degree in forestry or arboriculture (or an equivalent qualification) and who wish to study for an honours degree. The course builds on the academic and practical skills you have already acquired. All modules are designed to be highly relevant to professional practice in the forestry sector.Bachelor
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityForestryWe have been teaching forestry at Bangor for more than 100 years, and there has never been a more exciting time to enter the profession. Our degrees will prepare you for the challenge of managing forests for the many benefits they provide, at a time of global environmental change. Forests, vital to the global ecosystem, cover 30% of the world’s land area. Forestry is concerned with the understanding and sustainable management of these forests for the benefit of society. - See more at: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/D500-Forestry/#sthash.Vb9UlXzC.dpufBachelor
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityForestryWe have been teaching forestry at Bangor for more than 100 years, and there has never been a more exciting time to enter the profession. Our degrees will prepare you for the challenge of managing forests for the many benefits they provide, at a time of global environmental change. Forests, vital to the global ecosystem, cover 30% of the world’s land area. Forestry is concerned with the understanding and sustainable management of these forests for the benefit of society. - See more at: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/D501-Forestry-with-placement-year#sthash.D6KJko5w.dpufBachelor
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityConservation with ForestryForests are the most biodiverse of all terrestrial ecosystems and contain the vast majority of the world’s terrestrial species. This degree provides an understanding of this biodiversity, the ways in which it is influenced by people, and the role that forests can play in reducing the impacts of human activities, including climate change. The degree focuses on the principles of biological conservation, forest ecology and forest ecosystem function, the practice of conservation, and the ways in which forests can be managed to meet conservation objectives. There are opportunities to study abroad in the second year and to spend up to 12 months working for a conservation or forestry organisation. - See more at: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/5DKD-Conservation-with-Forestry#sthash.oiZyiwKu.dpufBachelor
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityConservation with ForestryForests are the most biodiverse of all terrestrial ecosystems and contain the vast majority of the world’s terrestrial species. This degree provides an understanding of this biodiversity, the ways in which it is influenced by people, and the role that forests can play in reducing the impacts of human activities, including climate change. The degree focuses on the principles of biological conservation, forest ecology and forest ecosystem function, the practice of conservation, and the ways in which forests can be managed to meet conservation objectives. There are opportunities to study abroad in the second year and to spend up to 12 months working for a conservation or forestry organisation. - See more at: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/5DLD-Conservation-with-Forestry-with-placement-year#sthash.DwDvlnai.dpufBachelor
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityTropical ForestryThe Tropical Forestry MSc represents a natural addition to our highly successful and well-respected MSc Forestry, MSc Environmental Forestry and MSc Agroforestry degree courses. The course provides part-time students from across the world with training in the management of forest resources, understanding of the scientific, academic and practical principles which underpin forest management, forest measurement and forest ecosystem function and the interrelationships between government, industry and communities’ forests and associated land-use.Master
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityAgroforestryIn this one-year MSc programme, you have the opportunity to learn about how trees, people and agriculture can be combined in sustainably managed farms, forests and landscapes. There is a long tradition of agroforestry practice in many parts of the world, but recently it has become a major focus in international development and is now at the forefront of innovation in natural resource management. Bangor is a world leader in agroforestry with a fantastic reputation for its research activities and our graduates are either already employed when they start the course and/or have a strong track record in finding employment within the sector. Students and academic staff are active collaborators with international organisations such as the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center, Costa Rica (CATIE) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF). You can expect to develop the skills required for a research and professional career from the comprehensive programme we offer.Master
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityEnvironmental ForestryThe MSc Environmental Forestry course has been running for more than 25 years, and its graduates are now working in forestry all over the world. We have close links with forestry and environmental organisations in the UK and overseas, and staff of these organisations make regular contributions to the course. Lectures, seminars and independent learning are supported by an active programme of field practicals, forest visits and a week-long study tour, during which students discuss management and policy issues with forestry professionals.Master
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityForestry and Environmental Management degreesThe course is a two-year taught masters programme leading to a European degree and a Canadian degree (i.e. a dual degree) in forestry and environmental management. The programme is offered by a consortium of seven universities, three in Canada and four in the European Union (EU). Students spend one year at a Canadian university and one year at an EU university; they also attend two three-week summer field courses, one in Canada and one in the EU.Master
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversitySustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONAMA)The course is a two-year world-class integrated programme aimed at qualifying graduates to deal with the huge challenges facing temperate forestry, agriculture and sustainable land use. The teaching staff are research active and the students will benefit from our wide range of research activities and contacts in the UK and overseas.Master
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityAgroforestryResearch on the interaction of people, agriculture and trees at a range of scales from ecophysiological interactions among system components through to landscape level effects, across both temperate and tropical environments, with a focus on multipurpose tree species and farm trees.PhD
BangorUnited KingdomSchool of the Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRG), Bangor UniversityForest Ecology and ManagementResearch covers the environmental, economic and social factors underpinning sustainability in forest systems, studying processes ranging from individual ecological interactions to those acting at a landscape level.PhD
Silwood ParkUnited KingdomImperial College LondonTropical Forest EcologyThe objective of this MRes is to provide a cutting-edge interdisciplinary programme that attracts and trains to a high level the best students from around the world, who are interested to pursue a research career in tropical forest ecology.Master
HighlandUnited KingdomInverness College (UHI) - School of Construction and ForestrySustainable Forest ManagementThe BSc Sustainable Forest Management degree is a highly practical course that will give you all the skills and knowledge you need to become a successful forest or arboriculture manager. If you are looking for a rewarding career where you can provide professional advice to the land-based forestry sector and help secure our forests for future generations to enjoy, then this course is for you.Bachelor
MontevideoUruguayUniversidad De La RepublicaEnvironmental SciencesMaster
MontevideoUruguayUniversidad De La RepublicaSustainable Rural DevelopmentMaster
MontevideoUruguayUniversidad de la EmpresaForestry technicianBachelor
NormalUSA - United StatesAlabama A&M UniversityForest ManagementForest Management Option is designed to prepare students for employment in forestry management positions upon graduation; the curriculum contains a limited number of electives (7 hours).Bachelor
NormalUSA - United StatesAlabama A&M UniversityForest ScienceThe Forest Science Option is more flexible, including 11 hours of forestry electives and 7 hours of free electives.  Students choosing this option have the flexibility to specialize in a variety of areas, which can expand career choice opportunities.  Additionally, the flexibility in the Forest Science option makes it ideal for students interested in adding a minor or preparing for graduate studieBachelor
NormalUSA - United StatesAlabama A&M UniversityPlant and Soil scienceAll FEWP faculty are trained at the PhD level and qualified to mentor and advise graduate students.  Students who choose to work with FEWP faculty have the opportunity to conduct research in a variety of disciplines associated with forestry, including silviculture, forest management, forest operations, forest measurements, forest policy, forest soils, forest recreation management, wildlife biology, ecology, biometry and entomology/pest management. PhD
NormalUSA - United StatesAlabama A&M UniversityPlant and Soil scienceAll FEWP faculty are trained at the PhD level and qualified to mentor and advise graduate students.  Students who choose to work with FEWP faculty have the opportunity to conduct research in a variety of disciplines associated with forestry, including silviculture, forest management, forest operations, forest measurements, forest policy, forest soils, forest recreation management, wildlife biology, ecology, biometry and entomology/pest management. Master
AuburnUSA - United StatesAuburn UniversittyForestryfor students with interests in forest management, ecology and environmental sciences, economics, engineering, or business. The MS degree program requires a minimum of 30 hours beyond the bachelor degree at the graduate level, 21 hours of which must be in the major.Master
AuburnUSA - United StatesAuburn UniversittyForestryAll PhD students are required to take Research Methods (FORY 7510), Seminar (FOWS 7950), and Practicum for College Teaching (FORY 7910). Oral and written preliminary exams are required for advancement to candidacy; The preliminary exams must be completed no less than two academic terms prior to graduation. The written and oral preliminary examinations for PhD students will normally consist of questions from each committee member regarding technical competency and other related issues.PhD
AuburnUSA - United StatesAuburn UniversittyNatural Resources ManagmentNatural Resource Management option is available for individuals with a biologically related baccalaureate degree who are interested in careers in the management and policy making for our natural resourcesMaster
AuburnUSA - United StatesAuburn UniversittyAdvanced Forestry Studiesdvanced Forestry Studies for students with undergraduate degrees in forestry.  It will also involve primarily advanced course work and can be completed in 3-4 semesters. This option requires a minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate courses.Master
AuburnUSA - United StatesAuburn UniversittyProffesional Foresterrofessional Forester option for individuals with baccalaureate degrees in fields other than forestry and who are interested in becoming Registered Foresters in Alabama. This option is a two-year program which begins with a 10 week summer Field Practicum and requires a minimum of 70 semester hours (34 hours of specified undergraduate course work plus 36 hours of graduate course work).Master
AuburnUSA - United StatesAuburn UniversittyWildlife SciencesAll MS students are required to take Research Methods (FORY 7510) and Graduate Seminar (WILD 7950). A research proposal and thesis based on original research are major components of the MS degree.Master
AuburnUSA - United StatesAuburn UniversittyWildlife SciencesA research proposal and dissertation based on original research are required as major components of the PhD degree program. Oral and written preliminary exams are required for advancement to candidacy and must be completed no less than two academic terms prior to graduation. PhD
AuburnUSA - United StatesAuburn UniversittyApplied EconomicsPhD in Applied Economics is administered jointly by the Department of Economics, the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, and the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences. Forestry students in this program will take core courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics in the Department of Economics and pass written preliminary exams given there. An additional oral examination is required in the SFWS for admission to candidacy.PhD
San Luis ObispoUSA - United StatesCalifornia Polytechnic State University, San Luis OpisboForestry and Natural ResourcesGraduates qualify for such positions as forester, environmental interpreter, natural resource manager, urban forester, park administrator, park ranger, resource planner, watershed manager, hydrologist, fire and fuels manager, and many other related environmental career areas.Bachelor
San Luis ObispoUSA - United StatesCalifornia Polytechnic State University, San Luis OpisboForestry ScinceTo develop characteristics and qualities that transcend job-specific skills and knowledgeMaster
San Luis ObispoUSA - United StatesCalifornia Polytechnic State University, San Luis OpisboEnvironmental Earth & Soil SciencesThe program furnishes students with the marketable expertise to assess, manage, restore, and improve the fragile relationship between humans and their habitats while acquiring a well-rounded education in the environmental sciences. In addition, graduates can meet the educational requirements for professional certification in erosion and sediment control, hydrology, soil conservation, soil science, and provide ideal preparation for graduate school in a number of related disciplines.Bachelor
San Luis ObispoUSA - United StatesCalifornia Polytechnic State University, San Luis OpisboEnvironmental Management & ProtectionThe Environmental Management & Protection program is an undergraduate, interdisciplinary course of study integrating the biophysical and social/economical/political sciences. The curriculum emphasizes management and protection of ecosystem structures and processes that sustain uses of environmental resources.Bachelor
San Luis ObispoUSA - United StatesCalifornia Polytechnic State University, San Luis OpisboSoil ScienceStudents have access to several thousand acres of agricultural, forest, and range lands. Graduates meet educational requirements for professional certification by the American Registry of Certified Professionals in Agronomy, Crops, and Soils, and as Certified Professional Erosion and Sediment Control Specialists.Master
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityEnvironmental & Natural ResourcesClemson students have an amazing opportunity to explore the natural beauty that is abundant both on and off campus. Quickly shed the classroom walls and surround yourself instead with trees, streams and wildlife. The program offers three diverse concentrations for you to choose a curriculum that fits with your specific interests.Bachelor
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityForest Resource ManagementThroughout your classes, you'll learn about the broad scope of forests, from the smallest soil microorganism that impacts the health of a forest to the federal policies negotiated in Washington, D.C. Everyone starts with basic science and math courses in preparation for upper-level course work such as ecology, forest economics, harvesting, wildlife management and even urban tree care.Bachelor
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityForest Resources ManagementThe Master of Forest Resources (MFR) degree is a terminal, professional forestry degree for those interested in professional practice of forestry.Master
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityForest ScienceThe MS is a research-oriented degree designed to enhance knowledge of a discipline.Master
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityForest ResourcesPhD
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityEnvironmental Toxicologyconsists of cutting-edge research, comprehensive plans of study, and high-quality interactions among faculty and students. The research and training focus of the program is concentrated in three areas: fate of organic and inorganic contaminants, biochemical toxicology, and ecological and aquatic toxicology. Master
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityEnvironmental Toxicologyconsists of cutting-edge research, comprehensive plans of study, and high-quality interactions among faculty and students. The research and training focus of the program is concentrated in three areas: fate of organic and inorganic contaminants, biochemical toxicology, and ecological and aquatic toxicology. PhD
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityPlant and Environmental SciencesThe Master’s (MS) and Doctoral (PHD) degree programs offer rigorous education and a solid foundation in basic and applied plant and environmental sciences, and educate individuals who will continue research or serve as professionals enhancing agriculture, horticulture, and environmental and economic sustainability of biological resources.Master
ClemsonUSA - United StatesClemson UniversityPlant and Environmental SciencesThe Master’s (MS) and Doctoral (PHD) degree programs offer rigorous education and a solid foundation in basic and applied plant and environmental sciences, and educate individuals who will continue research or serve as professionals enhancing agriculture, horticulture, and environmental and economic sustainability of biological resources.PhD
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityNatural Resources StewardshipIt is intended to provide students with a broad natural resources education and specialized resource management expertise in one of four specializations: ecological restoration, forest sciences, rangeland ecosystem science, or sustainable military land management.Master
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityForest EcologyFaculty and graduate students are working on research projects that: quantify patterns of stand development, including relationships between density, tree size, and stand productivity; identify the degree of nutrient limitation of major forest types, including changes with stand development; examine the impacts of pollutants on forest biogeochemistry; explore the ecology of agroforestry systems; examine the population biology of rare species; investigate ecosystem processes at scales from single trees to the regional and global levels; and determine the importance of disturbance regimes such as fire on forest development, including species composition and resource production.Master
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityForest EcologyFaculty and graduate students are working on research projects that: quantify patterns of stand development, including relationships between density, tree size, and stand productivity; identify the degree of nutrient limitation of major forest types, including changes with stand development; examine the impacts of pollutants on forest biogeochemistry; explore the ecology of agroforestry systems; examine the population biology of rare species; investigate ecosystem processes at scales from single trees to the regional and global levels; and determine the importance of disturbance regimes such as fire on forest development, including species composition and resource production.PhD
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityForest Fire ScienceStudent and faculty teams work on projects affiliated with the Western Forest Fire Research Center (WESTFIRE), an interdisciplinary facility aimed at solving wildland fire management problems.  Example research themes include the role of fire in managing ecosystems, cost-efficiency of fire management activities, linkages between fire behavior and fire effects on biotic and abiotic processes, and impacts of fuel treatments on reducing fire severity.  Close working relations with field practitioners assure the relevance of fire science instruction and research efforts.PhD
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityForest Fire ScienceStudent and faculty teams work on projects affiliated with the Western Forest Fire Research Center (WESTFIRE), an interdisciplinary facility aimed at solving wildland fire management problems.  Example research themes include the role of fire in managing ecosystems, cost-efficiency of fire management activities, linkages between fire behavior and fire effects on biotic and abiotic processes, and impacts of fuel treatments on reducing fire severity.  Close working relations with field practitioners assure the relevance of fire science instruction and research efforts.Master
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityForest Economics and Policy AnalysisThe economics program investigates a full range of forest management situations and public policy issues.  Research efforts include advances to ecosystems management, analysis of public policies, fuels and wildfire management, financial management of commercial assets, non-market valuation, and the supply and demand situations of both public and private forestlands.Master
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityForest Economics and Poolicy analysisThe economics program investigates a full range of forest management situations and public policy issues.  Research efforts include advances to ecosystems management, analysis of public policies, fuels and wildfire management, financial management of commercial assets, non-market valuation, and the supply and demand situations of both public and private forestlands.PhD
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityForest Ecosystem ManagementForest ecosystem management is forest management with the objective of maintaining sustainable, productive, healthy, biologically diverse forests and woodlands for the long term.  Forest ecosystem management is a field that combines the environmental, managerial, and social sciences with modern technology in decision support systems including geographic information systems, spatial data management, and computer simulation to develop effective management tools for modern forest managers.Master
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityForest Ecosystem ManagementForest ecosystem management is forest management with the objective of maintaining sustainable, productive, healthy, biologically diverse forests and woodlands for the long term. Forest ecosystem management is a field that combines the environmental, managerial, and social sciences with modern technology in decision support systems including geographic information systems, spatial data management, and computer simulation to develop effective management tools for modern forest managers.PhD
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityQuantitative Analysis of Natural Resources Policy and ManagementAn extensive network of computing facilities within the department and University supports the quantitative natural resource management program. Specific areas of emphasis include optimization as applied to multiresource management, simulation of resource interactions, fire management systems, and timber growth modeling.  This program has achieved national stature, and graduates hold key positions within natural resource agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service.  Every graduate (both M.S. and Ph.D.) of this program has found excellent employment upon graduation.Master
Fort CollinsUSA - United StatesColorado State UniversityQuantitative Analysis of Natural Resources Policy and ManagementAn extensive network of computing facilities within the department and University supports the quantitative natural resource management program. Specific areas of emphasis include optimization as applied to multiresource management, simulation of resource interactions, fire management systems, and timber growth modeling.  This program has achieved national stature, and graduates hold key positions within natural resource agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service.  Every graduate (both M.S. and Ph.D.) of this program has found excellent employment upon graduation.PhD
IthacaUSA - United StatesCornell UniverityForest ScienceThe Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests. Students work with faculty advisors to identify course requirements and to define a research or professional project.Master
IthacaUSA - United StatesCornell UniverityForest ScienceThe Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests. Students work with faculty advisors to identify course requirements and to define a research or professional project.PhD
IthacaUSA - United StatesCornell UniverityWildlifeScincThe Graduate Field of Natural Resources is core to the mission of the Department and we foster a strong sense of community within the Graduate Field, which includes graduate faculty and students from within the Department of Natural Resources and across the University. The Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests. Students work with faculty advisors to identify course requirements and to define a research or professional project.PhD
IthacaUSA - United StatesCornell UniverityWildlife SciencesThe Graduate Field of Natural Resources is core to the mission of the Department and we foster a strong sense of community within the Graduate Field, which includes graduate faculty and students from within the Department of Natural Resources and across the University. The Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests. Students work with faculty advisors to identify course requirements and to define a research or professional project.Master
IthacaUSA - United StatesCornell UniverityApplied EcologyThe Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests. Students work with faculty advisors to identify course requirements and to define a research or professional project.PhD
IthacaUSA - United StatesCornell UniverityApplieed EcologyThe Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests. Students work with faculty advisors to identify course requirements and to define a research or professional project.Master
IthacaUSA - United StatesCornell UniverityCommunity-based Natural Resources ManagementThe Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests. Students work with faculty advisors to identify course requirements and to define a research or professional project.Master
IthacaUSA - United StatesCornell UniverityCommunity-based Natural Resources ManagementThe Field of Natural Resources offers students the freedom to design a graduate program that addresses their individual interests. Students work with faculty advisors to identify course requirements and to define a research or professional project.PhD
TallahasseeUSA - United StatesFlorida A&M UniversityForestry and Natural Resources Conservation 2+2 ProgramThis program curriculum provides broad training in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences during the freshman and sophomore years. Approximately 60 hours are devoted to the general and pre-professional education sequence which includes courses in English, mathematics, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health and history, as well as some electivesBachelor
TallahasseeUSA - United StatesFlorida A&M UniversityEnvironmental SciencesThe Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree program in the School of the Environment prepares scientists to confront environmental issues which can be resolved only through innovative basic and applied research.PhD
TallahasseeUSA - United StatesFlorida A&M UniversityEnvironmental StudiesThe Bachelor’s degree program in Environmental Studies is interdisciplinary and is aimed at students with Environmental interests who wish to pursue careers in a variety of disciplines for which the environment is a critical component. Human dimensions of the environment include majors in social science, journalism, business and the humanitieBachelor
TallahasseeUSA - United StatesFlorida A&M UniversityEnvironmental ScienceThe M.S. degree program offers students the opportunity to specialize in Environmental Restoration and Waste Management, Radiation Protection, Environmental Biotechnology, Marine and Estuarine Environments, and Environmental Policy and Management. Graduates of FAMU and other SUS undergraduate programs in natural sciences, pharmacy, economics, mathematics, engineering, engineering technology, or computer science are seen to be the principal clientele for the program. Students enrolled in the School of the Environment M.S. Degree program are required to complete a thesis.Master
ArcataUSA - United StatesHumboldt State UniversityForest HydrologyThis option is for students interested in a career in resource management with a focus on water resources. A student who completes this option qualifies as both a forester and a hydrologist for federal employment.Master
ArcataUSA - United StatesHumboldt State UniversityForest OperationsThis option is for students interested in a career in the forest products industry and consulting. A student who completes this option qualifies as a forester for federal employment.Master
ArcataUSA - United StatesHumboldt State UniversityForest Resource ConservationThis option is for students interested in a career in non-commodity forest management or a career not directly associated with more traditional forestry. A student who completes this option qualifies as a forester for federal employment.Master
ArcataUSA - United StatesHumboldt State UniversityForest SoilsThis option is for students interested in a career regarding forest soils and their management issues. A student who completes this option qualifies as a forester, soil scientist, and soil conservationist for federal employment.Master
ArcataUSA - United StatesHumboldt State UniversityWildland Fire ManagementThis option is for students interested in a career in managing wildland fuels, prescribed fire, fire suppression, or fire ecology. A student who completes this curriculum qualifies as a forester for federal employment.Master
AmesUSA - United StatesIowa State UniversityForestryPreparation for an advanced degree in Forestry should include work equivalent to a B.S. in biological or environmental science, including courses in biology, botany, environmental science, ecology, hydrology, economics, and wood science.Master
AmesUSA - United StatesIowa State UniversityWildlife EcologyPreparation for an advanced degree in Wildlife Ecology should include course work equivalent to a B.S. in biological sciences, ecology, or related area.Master
AmesUSA - United StatesIowa State UniversityForestryPreparation for an advanced degree in Forestry should include work equivalent to a M.S. in biological science, including courses in forestry, biology, botany, ecology, hydrology, environmental science, economics, or wood science.Phd
AmesUSA - United StatesIowa State UniversityWildlife Ecologyreparation for an advanced degree in Wildlife Ecology should include course work equivalent to a M.S. in biological sciences, ecology, or related area.PhD
Jefferson CityUSA - United StatesLincoln University of MissouriScience in Agriculture, emphasis in Plant and Soil ScienceBachelor
Jefferson CityUSA - United StatesLincoln University of MissouriScience in Agriculture, emphasis in Natural Resources ManagementBachelor
Jefferson CityUSA - United StatesLincoln University of MissouriScience of AgribusinessBachelor
Jefferson CityUSA - United StatesLincoln University of MissouriEnvironmental ScienceBachelor
Jefferson CityUSA - United StatesLincoln University of MissouriEnvironmental ScienceMaster
Jefferson CityUSA - United StatesLincoln University of MissouriIntegrated Agricultural SystemsMaster
Baton RougeUSA - United StatesLouisiana State UniversityNatural Resources Ecology and ManagementBachelor
Baton RougeUSA - United StatesLouisiana State UniversityRenewable Natural ResourcesMaster
Baton RougeUSA - United StatesLouisiana State UniversityRenewable Natural ResourcesPhD
East LansingUSA - United StatesMichigan State UniversityForestryBachelor
East LansingUSA - United StatesMichigan State UniversityForestryMaster
East LansingUSA - United StatesMichigan State UniversityForestryPhD
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityForestryBachelor
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityApplied Ecology and Environmental SciencesBachelor
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityWildlife Ecology and ManagementBachelor
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityNatural Resources ManagementBachelor
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityForestryMaster
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityForest Ecology and ManagementMaster
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityApplied EcologyMaster
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityForest Molecular Genetics and BiotechnologyMaster
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityForest SciencePhD
HoughtonUSA - United StatesMichigan Technological UniversityForest Molecular Genetics Aand BiotechnologyPhD
StarkvilleUSA - United StatesMissisippi State UniversityForestryMaster
StarkvilleUSA - United StatesMissisippi State UniversityForest ResourcesPhD
StarkvilleUSA - United StatesMissisippi State UniversityForestryBachelor
RaleighUSA - United StatesNorth Carolina State UniversityForestryMaster
RaleighUSA - United StatesNorth Carolina State UniversityForestry and Environmental ResourcesPhD
RaleighUSA - United StatesNorth Carolina State UniversityNatural ResourcesMaster
RaleighUSA - United StatesNorth Carolina State UniversityForest ScienceMaster
FargoUSA - United StatesNorth Dakota State UniversityNatural Resources ManagementMaster
FargoUSA - United StatesNorth Dakota State UniversityNatural Resources ManagementPhD
FargoUSA - United StatesNorth Dakota State UniversityEnvironmental and Conservation SciencesMaster
FargoUSA - United StatesNorth Dakota State UniversityEnvironmental and Conservation SciencesPhD
FlagstaffUSA - United StatesNorthern Arizona UniversityForestryBachelor
FlagstaffUSA - United StatesNorthern Arizona UniversityForestryMaster
FlagstaffUSA - United StatesNorthern Arizona UniversityForest SciencePhD
StillwaterUSA - United StatesOklaholma Sate UniversityNatural Resources Ecology and ManagementMaster
StillwaterUSA - United StatesOklaholma Sate UniversityNatural Resources Ecology and ManagementPhD
CorvallisUSA - United StatesOregon State UniversityForestryBachelor
CorvallisUSA - United StatesOregon State UniversityForest EngineeringBachelor
CorvallisUSA - United StatesOregon State UniversityForest EngineeringBachelor
CorvallisUSA - United StatesOregon State UniversityNatural ResourcesMaster
CorvallisUSA - United StatesOregon State UniversityForest Ecosystems and SocietyMaster
CorvallisUSA - United StatesOregon State UniversityForest Ecosystems and SocietyPhD
West LafayetteUSA - United StatesPurdue UniversityForest Measurement and AssessmentMaster
West LafayetteUSA - United StatesPurdue UniversityForest BiologyMaster
West LafayetteUSA - United StatesPurdue UniversityNatural Resource Social ScienceMaster
West LafayetteUSA - United StatesPurdue UniversityForest Measurement and AssessmentPhD
West LafayetteUSA - United StatesPurdue UniversityForest BiologyPhD
West LafayetteUSA - United StatesPurdue UniversityNatural Resources Social SciencePhD
West LafayetteUSA - United StatesPurdue UniversityForestryBachelor
New Brunswick-PiscatawayUSA - United StatesRutgers University-New BrunswickEnvironmental SciencesMaster
New Brunswick-PiscatawayUSA - United StatesRutgers University-New BrunswickEnvironmental SciencesPhD
VermillionUSA - United StatesSouth Dakota UniversityPlant ScienceMaster
VermillionUSA - United StatesSouth Dakota UniversityPlant SciencePhD
VermillionUSA - United StatesSouth Dakota UniversityAgronomyBachelor
VermillionUSA - United StatesSouth Dakota UniversityHorticultureBachelor
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleForest HydrologyBachelor
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleForest Resources ManagementBachelor
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleForest Recreation and Park ManagementBachelor
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleUrban Forest ManagementBachelor
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleWildlife Habitat Management and ConservationBachelor
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleForest Resource ManagementMaster
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleEcological RestorationMaster
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleRecreation EcologyMaster
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleHuman Dimensions of Natural Resource ManagementMaster
CarbondaleUSA - United StatesSouthern Illinois University-CarbondaleWildlife Habitat Management and ConservationMaster
NacogdochesUSA - United StatesStephen F. Austin State UniversityForestryMaster
NacogdochesUSA - United StatesStephen F. Austin State UniversityResource InterpretationMaster
NacogdochesUSA - United StatesStephen F. Austin State UniversitySpatial ScienceMaster
NacogdochesUSA - United StatesStephen F. Austin State UniversityForestyPhd
NacogdochesUSA - United StatesStephen F. Austin State UniversityForesryBachelor
SyracuseUSA - United StatesSUNY College of Environmental Science and ForestryForest Ecosystem ScienceBachelor
SyracuseUSA - United StatesSUNY College of Environmental Science and ForestryForest HealthBachelor
SyracuseUSA - United StatesSUNY College of Environmental Science and ForestryForest Resource ManagementBachelor
SyracuseUSA - United StatesSUNY College of Environmental Science and ForestryForest and Natural Resource ManagementMaster
SyracuseUSA - United StatesSUNY College of Environmental Science and ForestryForest and Natural Resource ManagementPhd
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversityEcological RestorationBachelor
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversityForestryBachelor
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversityRangeland Ecology and ManagementBachelor
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversityRenewable Natural ResourcesBachelor
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversitySpatial ScienceBachelor
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversityEcosystem Science and ManagementPhD
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversityEcosystem Science and ManagementMaster
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversityNatural Resource DevelopmentMaster
College StationUSA - United StatesTexas A&M UniversityAgriculture Ecosystem Science and ManagementMaster
ColumbusUSA - United StatesThe Ohio State UniversityForestryBachelor
ColumbusUSA - United StatesThe Ohio State UniversityEnvironment and Natural ResourcesMaster
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityForest Resource ManagementMaster
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityForest BiologyMaster
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityEnvironmental ConcersMaster
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityWood ProductMaster
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityForest Resource ManagementPhD
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityForest BiologyPhD
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityEnvironmental ConcersPhD
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityWood ProductPhD
University ParkUSA - United StatesThe Pennsylvania State UniversityForest Ecosystem ManagementBachelor
MissoulaUSA - United StatesThe University of Montana-MissoulaForestryBachelor
MissoulaUSA - United StatesThe University of Montana-MissoulaEcosystem Science and RestorationBachelor
MissoulaUSA - United StatesThe University of Montana-MissoulaResource ConservationBachelor
MissoulaUSA - United StatesThe University of Montana-MissoulaForestryMaster
MissoulaUSA - United StatesThe University of Montana-MissoulaRecreation ManagementMaster
MissoulaUSA - United StatesThe University of Montana-MissoulaResource ConservationMaster
MissoulaUSA - United StatesThe University of Montana-MissoulaForest & Conservation SciencesPhD
KingstonUSA - United StatesThe University of Rhode IslandEnvironmental Ecology and ManagementBachelor?
KingstonUSA - United StatesThe University of Rhode IslandEnvironmental Science and ManagementBachelor?
KingstonUSA - United StatesThe University of Rhode IslandEnvironmental and Natural Resource EconomicsMaster
KingstonUSA - United StatesThe University of Rhode IslandEnvironmental and Natural Resource EconomicsPhD
TuskegeeUSA - United StatesTuskegee UniversityAgriculture and Resource EconomicsMaster
TuskegeeUSA - United StatesTuskegee UniversityEnvironmental ScienceMaster
TuskegeeUSA - United StatesTuskegee UniversityPlant and Soil scienceMaster
TuskegeeUSA - United StatesTuskegee UniversityEnvironmental ManagementMaster
TuskegeeUSA - United StatesTuskegee UniversityEnvironmental ScienceMaster
FairbanksUSA - United StatesUniversity of Alaska FairbanksNatural Resource ManagementBachelor
FairbanksUSA - United StatesUniversity of Alaska FairbanksNatural Resource ManagementMaster
FairbanksUSA - United StatesUniversity of Alaska FairbanksNatural Resources & SustainabilityPhD
TucsonUSA - United StatesUniversity of ArizonaForestryBachelor
TucsonUSA - United StatesUniversity of ArizonaForestryMaster
TucsonUSA - United StatesUniversity of ArizonaForestryPhD
MonticelloUSA - United StatesUniversity of Arkansas at MonticelloNatural Resource ManagementBachelor
MonticelloUSA - United StatesUniversity of Arkansas at MonticelloForest ResourcesMaster
BerkeleyUSA - United StatesUniversity of California-BerkeleyForestryMaster
BerkeleyUSA - United StatesUniversity of California-BerkeleyRange ManagementMaster
BerkeleyUSA - United StatesUniversity of California-BerkeleyEnvironmental Science, Policy & Management
StorrsUSA - United StatesUniversity of ConnecticutEarth Resource Information SystemsMaster
StorrsUSA - United StatesUniversity of ConnecticutWildlife ManagementMaster
StorrsUSA - United StatesUniversity of ConnecticutEarth Resource Information SystemsPhD
StorrsUSA - United StatesUniversity of ConnecticutWildlife ManagementPhD
StorrsUSA - United StatesUniversity of ConnecticutNatural ResourcesBachelor?
NewarkUSA - United StatesUniversity of DelawareAgricultural & Resource EconomicsMaster
NewarkUSA - United StatesUniversity of DelawarePlant & Soil SciencesMaster
NewarkUSA - United StatesUniversity of DelawarePlant & Soil SciencesPhD
GainesvilleUSA - United StatesUniversity of FloridaForest Resource & ConservationMaster
GainesvilleUSA - United StatesUniversity of FloridaForesrt Resource & ConservationPhD
AthensUSA - United StatesUniversity of GeorgiaForestryBachelor
AthensUSA - United StatesUniversity of GeorgiaForestry and Natural ResourcesMaster
AthensUSA - United StatesUniversity of GeorgiaForestry and Natural ResourcesPhD
HonoluluUSA - United StatesUniversity of Hawaii at ManoaNatural Resources and Environmental ManagementMaster
HonoluluUSA - United StatesUniversity of Hawaii at ManoaNatural Resources and Environmental ManagementPhd
HonoluluUSA - United StatesUniversity of Hawaii at ManoaNatural Resources and Environmental ManagementBachelor
MoscowUSA - United StatesUniversity of IdahoForest ResourcesBachelor
MoscowUSA - United StatesUniversity of IdahoAgricultural EducationMaster
MoscowUSA - United StatesUniversity of IdahoPlant ScienceMaster
MoscowUSA - United StatesUniversity of IdahoSoil and Land ScienceMaster
MoscowUSA - United StatesUniversity of IdahoPlant SciencePhd
MoscowUSA - United StatesUniversity of IdahoSoil and Land SciencePhd
UrbanaUSA - United StatesUniversity of Illionois at Urban-ChampaignNatural Resources and Environmental SciencesBachelor
UrbanaUSA - United StatesUniversity of Illionois at Urban-ChampaignForestryMaster
UrbanaUSA - United StatesUniversity of Illionois at Urban-ChampaignSoil ScienceMaster
UrbanaUSA - United StatesUniversity of Illionois at Urban-ChampaignEnvironmental EducationPhd
UrbanaUSA - United StatesUniversity of Illionois at Urban-ChampaignNatural Resource EconomicsPhd
LexingtonUSA - United StatesUniversity of KentuckyForestryBachelor
LexingtonUSA - United StatesUniversity of KentuckyForestryMaster
LexingtonUSA - United StatesUniversity of KentuckyForetsryPhd
OronoUSA - United StatesUniversity of MaineForestryBachelor
OronoUSA - United StatesUniversity of MaineForest Operations, Bioproducts and BioenergyBachelor
OronoUSA - United StatesUniversity of MaineEcology and Environmental SciencesBachelor
OronoUSA - United StatesUniversity of MaineForestryMaster
OronoUSA - United StatesUniversity of MaineForest ResourcesMaster
OronoUSA - United StatesUniversity of MaineForest ResourcesPhD
Princess AnneUSA - United StatesUniversity of Maryland Eastern ShoreUrban ForestryBachelor?
Princess AnneUSA - United StatesUniversity of Maryland Eastern ShorePlant and Soil scienceBachelor?
Princess AnneUSA - United StatesUniversity of Maryland Eastern ShoreFood and Agricultural SciencesMaster
BostonUSA - United StatesUniversity of MassachusettsEnvironmental ScienceBachelor
BostonUSA - United StatesUniversity of MassachusettsNatural Resources ConservationBachelor
BostonUSA - United StatesUniversity of MassachusettsEnvironmental ConservationMaster
BostonUSA - United StatesUniversity of MassachusettsEnvironmental ConservationPhD
MinneapolisUSA - United StatesUniversity of Minnesota-St. PaulNatural Resource Science and ManagementMaster
MinneapolisUSA - United StatesUniversity of Minnesota-St. PaulNatural Resource Science and ManagementPhD
ColumbiaUSA - United StatesUniversity of MissouriForestryBachelor
ColumbiaUSA - United StatesUniversity of MissouriForestry and Environmental SciencesBachelor
ColumbiaUSA - United StatesUniversity of MissouriForestry and Fisheries & Wildlife SciencesBachelor
ColumbiaUSA - United StatesUniversity of MissouriNatural ResourcesMaster
ColumbiaUSA - United StatesUniversity of MissouriNatural ResourcesPhD
RenoUSA - United StatesUniversity of Nevada-RenoForest Management and EcologyBachelor
DurhamUSA - United StatesUniversity of New HampshireForestryBachelor
DurhamUSA - United StatesUniversity of New HampshireNatural ResourcesMaster
DurhamUSA - United StatesUniversity of New HampshireNatural Resources & Earth Systems SciencesPhD
KnoxvilleUSA - United StatesUniversity of TennesseeForestryBachelor
KnoxvilleUSA - United StatesUniversity of TennesseeWildlife and Fisheries ScienceBachelor
KnoxvilleUSA - United StatesUniversity of TennesseeForestryMaster
KnoxvilleUSA - United StatesUniversity of TennesseeWildlife and Fisheries Science
KnoxvilleUSA - United StatesUniversity of TennesseeForestryPhD
KnoxvilleUSA - United StatesUniversity of TennesseeWildlife and Fisheries SciencePhD
BurlingtomUSA - United StatesUniversity of VermontForestryBachelor
BurlingtomUSA - United StatesUniversity of VermontNatural ResourcesMaster
BurlingtomUSA - United StatesUniversity of VermontNatural ResourcesPhD
SeattleUSA - United StatesUniversity of Washington-SeattleEnvironmental Science and Resource ManagementBachelor
SeattleUSA - United StatesUniversity of Washington-SeattleForest ResourceMaster
MadisonUSA - United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonForest ScienceBachelor
MadisonUSA - United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonWildlife EcologyBachelor
MadisonUSA - United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonForestryMaster
MadisonUSA - United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonWildlife EcologyMaster
MadisonUSA - United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonForestryPhD
MadisonUSA - United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonWildlife EcologyPhD
Stevens PointUSA - United StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-Stevens PointNatural ResourcesMaster
LaramieUSA - United StatesUniversity of WyomingSoil ScienceMaster
LaramieUSA - United StatesUniversity of WyomingSoil SciencePhD
LoganUSA - United StatesUtah State UniversityForestryBachelor
LoganUSA - United StatesUtah State UniversityForestryMaster
LoganUSA - United StatesUtah State UniversityForestryPhD
LoganUSA - United StatesUtah State UniversityEcologyMaster
LoganUSA - United StatesUtah State UniversityEcologyPhD
BlacksburgUSA - United StatesVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityForestryMaster
BlacksburgUSA - United StatesVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityForestryPhD
BlacksburgUSA - United StatesVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityNatural ResourcesMaster
BlacksburgUSA - United StatesVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityWood Science and Forest ProductsMaster
BlacksburgUSA - United StatesVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityWood Science and Forest ProductsPhD
BlacksburgUSA - United StatesVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityForestry Resource Management OptionBachelor
BlacksburgUSA - United StatesVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityForest Operations and Business OptionBachelor
BlacksburgUSA - United StatesVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityUrban Forestry OptionBachelor
PullmanUSA - United StatesWashington State UniversityEarth and Environmental ScienceBachelor
PullmanUSA - United StatesWashington State UniversityEnvironmental & Ecosystems ScienceBachelor
PullmanUSA - United StatesWashington State UniversityEnvironmental ScienceMaster
PullmanUSA - United StatesWashington State UniversityNatural Resource ScienceMaster
PullmanUSA - United StatesWashington State UniversityEnvironmental and Natural Resource SciencesPhD
InstituteUSA - United StatesWest Virginia State UniversityForest Resource ManagementBachelor
InstituteUSA - United StatesWest Virginia State UniversityWood Science and TechnologyBachelor
InstituteUSA - United StatesWest Virginia State UniversityForestryMaster
InstituteUSA - United StatesWest Virginia State UniversityForest Resource ManagementPhd
InstituteUSA - United StatesWest Virginia State UniversityWood SciencePhd
MorgantownUSA - United StatesWest Virginia UniversityForest Resource ManagementBachelor
MorgantownUSA - United StatesWest Virginia UniversityWood Science and TechnologyBachelor
MorgantownUSA - United StatesWest Virginia UniversityForestryMaster
MorgantownUSA - United StatesWest Virginia UniversityForest Resource ManagementPhd
MorgantownUSA - United StatesWest Virginia UniversityWood SciencePhd
Ho Chi Minh CityVietnamNong Lam UniversityForest Products Processing TechnologyProvides students with specialized knowledge of wood materials, wood science, identification and classification of timber groups, technology and engineering timber,wood processing, wood drying and wood preservationBachelor
Ho Chi Minh CityVietnamNong Lam UniversityForest Products Processing TechnologyComprehensive understanding of all areas of the industry operating with the knowledge of ecology, silviculture, reforestation, protection and management of forest resources.Master
Ho Chi Minh CityVietnamNong Lam UniversityForest Products Processing TechnologyProvides students with specialized knowledge of wood materials, wood science, identification and classification of timber groups, technology and engineering timber,wood processing, wood drying and wood preservationphD
Ho Chi Minh CityVietnamNong Lam UniversityForestryComprehensive understanding of all areas of the industry operating with the knowledge of ecology, silviculture, reforestation, protection and management of forest resources.Bachelor
Ho Chi Minh CityVietnamNong Lam UniversityForestryMaster
Ho Chi Minh CityVietnamNong Lam UniversityForestryphD
Hue CityVietnamHue UniversityForestryTraining of Foresters with a sense of serving the people well; knowledge and professional competence to practice in the forestry sector.Bachelor
Hue CityVietnamHue UniversityUrban ForestryBachelor
Hue CityVietnamHue UniversityForest Resource ManagementBachelor
Hue CityVietnamHue UniversityForestryMaster
Hue CityVietnamHue UniversityForestryTo have the knowledge and capacity of professional practice in the field of management of forest resources and the environment.PhD
Thái Nguyên CityVietnamThai Nguyen University of Agriculture and ForestrySivilcultureNo description providedBachelor
Thái Nguyên CityVietnamThai Nguyen University of Agriculture and ForestryForest Resource ManagementNo description providedBachelor
Thái Nguyên CityVietnamThai Nguyen University of Agriculture and ForestryAgro-forestryNo description providedBachelor
Dak LakVietnamTay Nguyen UniversityForest Resources and Environment ManagementNo description providedBachelor
Dak LakVietnamTay Nguyen UniversityForestryMaster
Dak LakVietnamTay Nguyen UniversityForestryNo description providedPhD
Xuan Mai/Trang BomVietnamVietnam National University of ForestryForest Resources and ManagementSkills and knowledge of design and implementation for forest resources and environment management plans, watershed management, environmental management, biodiversity conservation, law enforcement and policy in environment protectionBachelor
Xuan Mai/Trang BomVietnamVietnam National University of ForestryForestryproblems related to management and direction of production, scientific research, training and transfer of technical forestry.Bachelor
KitweZambiaCopperbelt UniversityScience in AgroforestryBachelor
KitweZambiaCopperbelt UniversityScience in ForestryBachelor
BinduraZimbabweBindura University of Science EducationForestryBachelor
BinduraZimbabweBindura University of Science EducationAgroforestryMaster