The Global Forestry EMJM offers an integrated study programme leading to a double or multiple degree fully recognised in all the participating countries.
Students must complete 120 ECTS through one of the ten possible mobility tracks. Graduates will get two or three national MSc degrees – an MSc degree from the first- and second-year university/universities.
The below table specifies the degrees. Since all students begin in Copenhagen, they will get an MSc in Global Forestry. In addition, they will get one or two of the other four degrees:
|Copenhagen||MSc in Global Forestry|
|Dresden||Master of Science|
|Kourou & Montpellier||MSc in Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, track Global Forestry|
|Padua||Laurea Magistrale in Forest Science|
|Prague||MSc in Tropical Forestry and Agroforestry|