The study programme offers BSc graduates (preferably with a strong background in animal sciences) further education in the field of biodiversity conservation and management of wild animals in tropics and subtropics. Studies focus on improving theoretical knowledge in the main educational areas, as well as on practical farm management, ranching, management of development projects oriented to biodiversity conservation, management of wild animals and sustainable use of natural resources in tropics and subtropics.
Graduates have a critical awareness of the problems relating to their area of study, and interactions with other areas, such as zoology, physiology, genetics and ethology. They have advanced knowledge of the principles of animal science as well as conservation. They acquire professional skills in the field of wildlife management in tropical and subtropical areas and systems support. They are able to make decisions as heads of creative teams at the intermediate and top management level. Erasmus exchange students can enrol for one or two semesters.
|Applications start||1st November 2022|
|Applications end||31st March 2023|
|Start of study:||29th September 2023|
Selection of applicants based on submitted documents (Bachelor‘s diploma and transcript, annotation of Bachelor‘s thesis + CV and motivational letter.
Interview in the English language focused on the professional subject area according to the selected field of study.
See details here: https://www.ftz.czu.cz/en/r-9420-study/r-10784-study-applicants/r-12063-masters-degree-programmes-information-about-admission-procedure