MEDFOR - Mediterranean Forestry and Natural Resources ManagementUniversitat de Lleida. Masters Erasmus Mundus
- Lleida (Spanien)
- Credits: 120
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All students will have to either send documentation of English proficiency or provide an interview (via Skype). Regarding documentation, we accept either IELTS (6.0) or TOEFL tests (min. 560 in paper-based test or IBT 83). If you are a native speaker of English or have completed your BSc degree in English, no formal test is required.
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Mediterranean forest management planning
Mediterranean forest ecology and climate change
Addressing risks in Mediterranean forest
Adaptive forestry strategies
Advanced tools for sustainable management
Ecosystem based multi-use forest management planning
Mediterranean Sustainable Forest Management
Head of the Social Economy Interdisciplinary Studies Area at the Portuguese Catholic University in Porto
Universidad de Lleida. Producción Vegetal y Ciencia Forestal
Development of models, methods and decision support systems to address current challenges (e.g. climate change, multiple demands, collaborative needs, participatory concerns) faced by all actors involved in forest ecosystem management planning and land-use planning (e.g. non-industrial forest owners, the forest industry, the public administration and non-governmental organizations).
This design as well as its mandatory mobility component (Figure below) will be influential to set standards for an effective education-to-research-and-innovation strategy and to overcome current fragmentation of Forestry Higher Education in the Mediterranean region .
Students are required to spend at least one semester to complete 30-ECTS in at least two institutions in two different countries. Moreover they will meet in a joint Winter School that will take place in the 2nd semester.
- Multiple criteria decision support systems for Mediterranean forest management planning in UTL
- Mediterranean forest ecology and climate change – past and future scenarios in UTL
- Addressing risks in Mediterranean forest management planning-the case of fire in UL
- Adaptive forestry strategies to provide good and services while coping with global change challenge in UV
- Advanced tools for sustainable management of Mediterranean forests in UT
- Ecosystem based multi-use forest management planning in Mediterranean forests in KTU
- Mediterranean Sustainable Forest Management - An Institutional Economics Approach in UCP
Application for Category B Scholarships: January 15
Selection meeting: January
Notification of the pre-selection lists: February 15
Final decision from EACEA: April 30, 2013
Application without Scholarship: April 30
Courses will start on: October