Doors Open Days at ISU MSc Programme in Nature Protection and Forestry – in an outdoor setting in the Bulbulebis Chala (the Nightingale Meadow)
Lecturers and graduates of ISU MSc Programme in Nature Protection and Forestry at ISU School of Natural Sciences and Medicine will hold an Doors Open Day for all interested in MSc courses in Forestry during a trip to the Bulbulebis Chala (the Nightingale Meadow), near the Kus Tba (the Turtle Lake) on 21 August 2021.
The Doors Open Day participants will have an opportunity to get closely acquainted with the characteristics and importance of the Study Programme.
About the Programme
The two-year MSc Programme in Nature Protection and Forestry aims to help students acquire academic and professional knowledge and develop respective skills in nature protection, biodiversity and forest management.
Learning-focused and transparent assignments, a low student-teacher ratio and research trips provide students with an excellent opportunity to use the acquired knowledge in practice in a problem-based learning environment. Outdoor research and participation in ecological and environmental projects from an early stage of studies will facilitate the understanding of complex interactions between living organisms and the anthropogenic impact on regulated ecosystems on regional as well as national levels. Students will acquire cutting-edge theoretical and practical knowledge in environmental protection, nature conservation and management, and forestry studies and forest management, as well as methodological awareness in relevant research.
A more detailed description of the Programme is available on: https://bit.ly/3xwsiWy
5 top Forestry students will have an opportunity to take part in a study exchange at partner higher education institutions in Germany.
How to take part in the trip?
To take part in the outdoor information event, please fill in this brief Registration Form.
You will receive information about the meeting place and the research trip at the email address you will indicate in the registration form.
Date/time: 21 August 2021, 18:00