A European Master in Environmental Science

Are you interested in environmental issues and looking for a career in environmental science or environmental management? Would you like to study at some of the leading universities in Europe together with students from all over the world? Then the EnvEuro MSc programme in Environmental Science - Soil, Water and Biodiversity is just what you are looking for!

The EnvEuro MSc programme is a two-year MSc programme in Environmental Science featuring six different specialisations: Water Resources, Soil Resources and Land Use, Ecosystems and Biodiversity, Environmental Impacts, Environmental Management and Climate Change.

The EnvEuro MSc programme focuses on European and global environmental problems and solutions, and gives you the best of Environmental Science from four leading European universities: University of Copenhagen in Denmark, University of Hohenheim in Germany, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Sweden, and University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, Austria.

The programme starts on Sunday the 20th of August 2017 with four introduction days in Copenhagen.

Please note that the application deadline for EU/EEA and Swiss students is the 1st of April 2017. To apply for the EnvEuro MSc programme please follow the instructions at: http://enveuro.eu/application-and-study-office/applicationeueea.

For more information about the EnvEuro MSc programme and how to apply visit our homepage at www.enveuro.eu and the BOKU Enveuro website: http://www.boku.ac.at/int-master-ells-enveuro.html

Check out this Youtube video made by EnvEuro students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5tqVdo42Z8

Join the EnvEuro group on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/enveuro

If you have any questions you are very welcome to contact the EnvEuro Secretariat via e-mail: enveuro(at)science.ku.dk. You may also contact the EnvEuro Secretariat if you do not want to receive further information and updates about the EnvEuro programme.


Contact person at BOKU: Ulrike Piringer: ulrike.piringer(at)boku.ac.at