The Master’s programme provides interdisciplinary expertise and professional skills for determining the ecological status of aquatic ecosystems, the assessment of human impacts, the conservation of endangered species and habitats, the development of appropriate restoration measures and the validation of management actions.
Study Applied Limnology at BOKU in international class-rooms with students of more than 10 countries from 4 continents. Enjoy the opportunity to spice-up the study programme with modules/courses offered by international network partner institutes, such as Egerton University (Kenya) and a large number of partner universities within and outside Europe.
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