Call for students’ applications for MSc European Forestry Erasmus Mundus

Are you interested in an international career? Do you know that forest-based bioeconomy can provide new sustainable solution for the future? MSc European Forestry is an Erasmus+: Erasmus Mundus programme offered jointly by six top-quality European universities together with associated partner universities in Canada, China and Brazil and a number of associated scientific and industrial partners around the world. Our programme is an avant-garde response to the needs of the forestry and bioeconomy sector in the world.

 The special features of MSc European Forestry
-During your studies you will study in at least two European top-quality universities
-Studies include a field course that takes you to Spain, France, Germany, Austria and Romania
-Internship of three months in Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, Spain or Romania
-Upon graduation you would receive a double degree certificate (two degree certificates)
-Annual Consortium fee for students coming from partner countries (non-EU countries) is 8 500 EUR and for students coming from programme countries (EU-countries) 4 250 EUR.
-Erasmus Mundus scholarships 34 500 – 48  000 EUR covering the consortium fees and including travel and subsistence contribution and an insurance scheme will be available for the best applicants.

The call for student applications is open from the 1 of December 2016 until the 13 of January 2017.

General information about the programme at:

 Information about the application requirements at:

Information about fees and scholarships:

 Information about the School of Forest Sciences, University of Eastern Finland:

Practical information about studying at the University of Eastern Finland:

Graduates of MSc European Forestry programme are highly demanded by the labour market. All our students graduate with the ability to work in multicultural environments and with the latest knowledge on forest management and policy-making in Europe. Please see more at and at

In case you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Marjoriitta Möttönen, Planning Officer, Email marjoriitta.mottonen(at), Tel. +358 50 442 3031