Welcome to our University Information Days 2020

If you are interested in studying at the Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, you will certainly have many questions in advance: What can I study? What do I need to consider when applying and enrolling, also for international applicants? What is life like on our campus on Berlin’s doorstep? Information about our study programmes and our universtiy will be given by our staff and professors during our University Information Days.  Visit our live presentations or get in touch with our Student Service or International Office directly.

Our International Study Programmes

Unfortunately, we are not able to welcome you personally at the University at the moment. Find out more about our unique range of study programmes and its various professions from our lecturers and get first-hand information directly from our students how to study at the HNEE and live in Eberswalde! More information about our international study programmes you can find here.

Bachelor Degree Programme International Forest Ecosystem Management

Live Presentation on Tuesday, June 23th, 4 p.m. (Presentation will be held in German.)
Please take a look here.

The aim of International Forest Ecosystem Management (IFEM) (B. Sc.) is the education of ecosystem managers, who understand the forests of the world as ecosystems and are qualified to conserve and use the forests according to the principles of sustainable forestry (ecosystem approach).

In order to achieve this aim, we train experts with an outstanding forestecological and socio-economic knowledge as well as practice-orientated management skills and international experience. The graduates shall contribute to the realisation of international resolutions and conventions for the conservation and sustainable use of the natural resources of our planet.

Overview:

Bachelor Degree Programme

Faculty

Forest and Environment

Degree

Bachlor of Science

Study Period

6 Semesters

Requirements:

  • Please click here for more information.

Language

German and English

Contact

Astrid Schilling
Tel.: +49 3334 657-167
E-Mail: Astrid.Schilling@hnee.de

Read more

hnee.de/IFEM

Master Degree Programme Global Change Management

Live Presentation on  Thursday, June 25th, 2 p.m.
Please take a look here.

The mission of the International Master Study Programme Global Change Management is to educate change agents and professionals who are able to cope with the challenges of natural resource management under global change and able to develop goal-oriented solutions for a sustainability transition. During the four-semester study programme students learn systems thinking as well as strategies and practice of change management. Considering Global Change Management as a cross-sectoral challenge we strive for an adaptive, proactive and precautionary approach to natural resource management and sustainability.

See this video for more information.

Overview:

Master Degree Programme

Faculty

Forest and Environment

Degree

Master of Science

Study Period

4 Semester

Requirements:

  • Proof of university degree such as Bachelor of Science / Arts, Diploma or comparable degrees with a standart duration of studies of at least 6 semesters or a minimum of 180 academic credits (ECTS)
  • English language skills

Language

English

Contact

Astrid Schilling
Tel.: +49 3334 657-167
E-Mail: Astrid.Schilling@hnee.de

Read more

hnee.de/GCM

Master Degree Programme Forestry System Transformation

Live Presentation on Thursday, June 25th, 11 a.m.
Please take a look here.

The new “Forestry System Transformation” (FST) Master’s degree programme is geared towards modern forest ecosystem cultivation adapted to the social and ecological challenges of the future. The aim is to deploy innovative political and economical instruments, strategies and evaluation methods with which the broad range of forest ecosystem goods and services can be sustainably supported.

See this video for more information.

Overview:

Master Degree Programme

Faculty

Forest and Environment

Degree

Master of Science

Study Period

4 Semester

Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree, related to (forest) ecosystems/sustainable natural resource management and socio-ecological system
  • English B2

Language

English

Contact

Astrid Schilling
Tel.: +49 3334 657-167
E-Mail: Astrid.Schilling@hnee.de

Read more
hnee.de/forestry

Master Degree Programme Forest Information Technology

Live Presentation on Thursday, June 25th, 12 noon
Please take a look here.

The international Master study programme „Forest Information Technology (FIT)“ is an interdisciplinary education offer with its main focus on environmental information technologies (IT) such as geographic information systems, remote sensing, database management, forest ecosystem modelling and  management and landscape research. But the the majority of modules is related to IT fundamentals and forest and environment related applications of IT. The study programme qualifies for an occupational activity in the application range of information technologies (IT) in practice and research of the forest and environmental sector.

See this video for more Information.

Overview:

Master Degree Programme

Faculty

Forest and Environment

Degree

Master of Science

Study Period

4 Semester

Requirements:

  • 3-year or 4-year Bachelor / Engineer Degree (depending on the country of origin)  in e.g. Forestry, Biology, Agriculture, Landscape Planning or related Natural Sciences
  • English B2

Language

English

Contact

Astrid Schilling
Tel.: +49 3334 657-167
E-Mail: Astrid.Schilling@hnee.de

Read more

hnee.de/FIT

Master Degree Programme Biosphere Reserves Management

Live Presentation on  Friday, June 26th, 10 a.m.
Please take a look here.

Learning to manage people and nature in model regions worldwide! The international master’s programme „Biosphere Reserves Management“ (MSc.) aims at enabling students to effectively manage, support and develop Biosphere Reserves.

Students learn to develop sustainability strategies using participatory and cooperative approaches. They acquire knowledge about ecosystems and different concepts of land use. They study how to protect biodiversity as well as how to deal with climate change and the resulting uncertainty. Cultural and socio-economic challenges along with opportunities are identified and reflected upon.

The master course will train competences in the field of “Ecological and social systems”: Herewith students will understand the complexity and dynamics of nature-human relations. This includes scientific, socio-economic and ethical aspects of sustainable land use.

See this video for more information.

Overview:

Master Degree Programme

Faculty

Cross-departmental (currently organised by the department ‘Landscape Management and Nature Conservation‘)

Degree

Master of Science

Study Period

4 Semester (for 2 Semester, presence in Eberswalde is necessary)

Requirements:

  • not admission-restricted
  • 3-year or 4-year Bachelor (depending on the country of origin)  in related field of study
  • English B2

Language of instruction

English

Contact

Dr. Katja Arzt
03334 657-512
Katja.Arzt@hnee.de

International Office

The International Office will be happy to answer any questions from international prospective students and their parents about studying for a degree or doing an exchange in Eberswalde. Feel free to contact them by writing to international@hnee.de

If you are a prospective international student and have a question about admissions, please contact the members of staff at the International Office. Any questions concerning the study programmes, including examinations, stays abroad, family responsibilities as well as study financing can be directed to us. More information about the application process, information about the entry and visa, health ensurance and much more you can find here.