Programmes in conservation
The School of Conservation offers a three-year undergraduate programme in conservation (bachelor´s degree) and a two-year master programme (master´s degree).
The completed bacholor programme forms the basis of the master programme and qualifies the bachelor to seek admission to the master programme.
The bachelor programme and the master programme both qualify for gainful employment.
Students admitted to the bachelor and master programmes at the School of Conservation cannot be enrolled in other full-time education at the same time.
We also offer a three-year postgraduate research programme (PhD)
Applicants from non-EU/EEA countries:
According to new legislation in
The tuition fee for bachelor and master students is EUR 23,744 per academic year (2 semesters).
Students who enrol as part of an official exchange programme such as Erasmus are exempt from the tuition fee.