The call for applications for the academic year starting in August 2021 ended on 20th January 2021 15:00 (GMT+2).
The MSc Spatial and Ecological Modelling in European Forestry represents the maximum level at education at the field of the forest sciences. The quality of the program has been recognised by the European Commission 4 times (2004, 2010, 2016, 2019) with the status and the seal Erasmus Mundus.
In 2019 the programme has also been accreditted by the Agency for Quality Assurance through Accreditation of Study Programs (AQAS) based on the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG).
The program of the Màster provides academic education at the forest sector and centres at the international dimension of the sustainable problems of forest management. The program contributes a global dimension at the educational markets already existent at the forest sector and at the management of the nature at Europa. At this program, the forest European universities collaborate intensely to offer conjoint courses, as well as his ongoing plan of surveys, based at the ken and the experience of forest management since does centuries enrrere.
The program of the Màster Forest European responds at the growing numeral of problems at the management of the forests and the nature so much at the international sphere how national, which offer continuum a tracked of new challenges and demands for the formulation of politicians and the management at international level, national and European. The European vision bases so much at the professional experience how at the results of the forest research.
The students of the Màster that cursin the second year in Lleida obtindràn the double degree MSc European Forestry (Finland) and Màster University Erasmus Mundus Spatial and Ecological Modelling in European Forestry (Spain).
Our graduated are among the most sought for institutions and national and international companies. Most work at present all over in the world for organisations how:
Agencies at forests and management of the nature and governmental organisms.
Institutions of research.
Forest companies at the industries of paper and cellulose and sawmills.