Integrated Natural Resource Management
- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree in a subject that is relevant for understanding the interaction of human societies and natural resources. Degrees obtained in "Natural Sciences and Methods/Technologies of Resource Utilization" (including, for example, the following subjects: agricultural sciences, horticultural sciences, forest sciences, nutritional sciences, environmental sciences, ecology, biology or geography as well as geosciences) or "Social sciences in a broader sense" (including, for example, the following subjects: economics, agricultural economics, horticultural economics, forest economics, ecological economics, environmental economics, resource economics, social science, sociology or political sciences) qualify for the master’s program.
All other applicants must prove that they have received at least 30 ECTS credits in one of the two knowledge areas. Reaching this minimum amount of the ECTS credits is also possible by proving that the competences in the two knowledge areas taken together accumulate to at least 30 ECTS credits.
Applicants must also prove basic knowledge in mathematics (basic knowledge of differential and integral calculus) equivalent to at least 5 ECTS, and methodological knowledge in natural or social sciences (knowledge in at least one area, for example, empirical social research, policy analysis, GIS, statistics, econometrics, geostatistics, and/or biometry) equivalent to at least 5 ECTS.
You can check here the official admission requirements (document in German language).
Qualifications acquired outside of the university in the agricultural- or horticultural sector, amounting to 900 hours. This can be proven by a freeform certification statement, provided by the employer, or certificate issued by the professional instructor or proof of internship issued by the supervising institution, in all cases with a clear indication of the total work hours.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Specification: Grade A.
Specification: 360 in Speaking and Writing in conjunction with 945 in Listening and Reading.
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