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2nd year at Copenhagen

The University of Copenhagen delivers the Global Forestry specialisation in Livelihoods and Governance. This specialisation focuses on the contribution of products and environmental services from forests and associated landscapes in medium and low-income countries to local people’s livelihoods and the...

2nd year at Dresden

The Technical University Dresden delivers the Global Forestry specialization in Management and Policy, with an emphasis on actors and forest governance. The specialization focuses on the influence of key actors and institutions on forest outcomes around the globe. It especially...

2nd year at Padua

Through the specialisation at the University of Padua, students gain knowledge and tools for a career in an innovative field of work: ethics applied to forestry. The specialisation focuses on concepts and theories for production, trade and consumption of forest...

2nd year at Prague

Prague offers the specialisation in Agroforestry Systems and Biodiversity, where second-year students gain knowledge and skills for their professional missions across the world in the field of sustainable management of agroforestry systems, with a specific focus on the conservation of...

2nd year at Kourou & Montpellier (AgroParisTech)

The specialization in Tropical Forest Ecology at AgroParisTech is delivered at campuses in Kourou (French Guiana, South America), and Montpellier (France mainland). First semester courses start in Kourou, then continue in Montpellier. Thesis project implementation location depends on thesis topic....

Programme structure

Global Forestry offers a truly integrated study programme fully recognised in all the participating countries. When students have acquired 120 ECTS at at least two Consortium institutions (at least 30 ECTS at each) they will obtain a Global Forestry Double...

Mobility rules

First year For the first semester of Global Forestry all students start studying together at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. The second semester is spent either at the University of Padua in Italy at the University of Dresden in...

1st year

All students come to Copenhagen for their first semester (30 ECTS). Then, students move to either Dresden or Padua for their second semester, which begins with a joint field course (6 ECTS) where all students and teachers from all five...