International Management of Forest Industries

International Management of Forest Industries

At a glance

Academic qualification

Master of Science

Duration of studies

3 semesters (90 ECTS credits)

Language of instruction

German (proof of proficiency is required) / English

Location

Weihenstephan / Zollikofen (Switzerland)

Programme start date

Winter and summer semester

Admission requirements

Bachelor's degree - good (up to 2.5 on the German grading scale)

Course content

International Management of Forest Industries

Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences at its site in Freising and the Swiss School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences (HAFL) in Zollikofen jointly offer this programme as a double master's degree programme.

The 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.

Offered in collaboration with the Bern University of Applied Sciences.

Accreditation

ACQUIN

Department

Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf
Fakultät Wald und Forstwirtschaft
Hans-Carl-von-Carlowitz-Platz 3
85354 Freising

T +49 8161 71-5901
F +49 8161 71-4526
wf [at]hswt.de

Degree Programme Coordinator

Examination regulations

Study plan

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Information material

Flyer International Management of Forest Industries