- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in one of the following fields: ecology and environmental planning (Ökologie und Umweltplanung), ecology (Ökologie), environmental planning (Umweltplanung), landscape planning (Landschaftsplanung), landscape architecture (Landschaftsarchitektur), urban and regional planning (Stadt- und - Regionalplanung), geography with a focus on physical geography and geoinformation systems (GIS) (Geographie mit dem Schwerpunkt physische Geografie und Geografische Informationssysteme (GIS)), environmental sciences (Umweltwissenschaften), ecology/nature conservation (Ökologie/Naturschutz), spatial planning (Raumplanung), environmental policy (Umweltpolitik), or related disciplines.
In all programs above at least 90 ECTS from environment and planning related courses have to be completed at the time of application. These credits have to completed in at least three of the following areas: environmental/landscape planning, environmental assessment (strategic environmental assessment, environmental impact assessment, habitat-regulation-assessment, impact mitigation), other spatial planning, as e.g. spatial, urban, regional planning, traffic planning, landscape architecture, nature conservation, ecology, GIS and remote sensing, environmental economics/sociology, environmental policy.
Up to 30 ECTS of the required 90 ECTS may be replaced by relevant work experience gained after having completed a study program in the listed areas.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
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