Faculty of Forestry

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Postgraduate programme admission criteria

The graduate programme lasts 1.5 years (3 semesters). We welcome the graduates from EU (including Polish citizens) and outside of EU, who graduated first degree programmes such as Bachelor (BA or BSc.) in forestry or similar field.

1. Candidates applying for admission into a postgraduate programme in a field that differs from their undergraduate studies must first earn at least 50% of the total number of credits available in the core and elective subjects included in the corresponding undergraduate curriculum. These candidates must submit an undergraduate diploma supplement showing all the core and elective subjects they covered during their undergraduate studies.

2. A candidate not meeting the requirement set forth in section 1 above may be asked to attend paid courses in such subjects as they need to cover in order to meet that requirement. However, this option will be only available when the number of such make-up courses is no higher than five. The fee charged for participation in the make-up courses will be equivalent to the fee charged for repeating the relevant course within a full- or part-time undergraduate programme, as published in the Rector’s Regulation valid at the time.

Study programme

*CG -completion with grade (without exam); E - examFor more details please visit this site.or contact us:Dr Piotr Gruba
e-mail: rlgruba@cyf-kr.edu.pl
phone: +48126625033Erasmus Courses in EnglishErasmus Course Catalogue - University of Agriculture

Semester

Course

Hours

The form of course completion*

ECTS

Lecture

Lab

Field trainings

Total

I

Experimental design for the forest research

14

16

-

30

CG

3

Insects of forest communities in Poland

20

10

-

30

E

2

Phytosocjology

12

6

6

24

CG

2

Fungi in forest environment

10

20

-

30

E

3

Forest engineering management

14

20

-

34

E

3

Protection of forest ecosystems

12

14

8

34

E

3

Foreign language

-

30

-

30

CG

2

Wildlife conservation and management

12

12

-

24

CG

2

Biometry and forest productivity

12

14

8

34

E

3

Forest resources utilization and their transportation

25

25

-

50

E

4

Ecology of post industrial sites and ecosystem restoration

15

8

7

30

CG

3

Total in semester I

146

175

29

350

 

30

II

Forest genetics and tree breeding

17

12

6

35

E

3

Silviculture

15

5

35

55

E

4

Management of forest ecosystems

20

18

12

50

E

5

Applied forest site diagnosis

24

8

22

54

E

4

Geomatics

12

12

-

24

E

2

Management in forestry        

16

16

-

32

CG

3

Basis of forest law

15

-

-

15

CG

1

Seminar

-

30

-

30

CG

1

Courses to choose

-

-

-

75

CG

5

Humanities (compulsory)

18

18

-

36

CG

2

Total in semester II

137

119

75

406

 

30

III

Seminar

-

30

-

30

CG

12

Mechanization in forestry

10

15

-

25

CG

4

Courses to choose

-

-

-

120

CG

9

Humanities to choose

-

-

-

45

CG

3

Diploma exam

-

-

-

-

 

2

Total in semester II

10

45

-

220

 

30

Total

293

339

104

976

 

90

*CG - completion with grade (without exam); E - exam

 

For more details please visit this site.

or contact us:

Dr Piotr Gruba
e-mail: rlgruba@cyf-kr.edu.pl
phone: +48126625033

ERASMUS COURSES IN ENGLISH

Erasmus Course Catalogue - University of Agriculture

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