Phd in forest management and ecosystem management in University putra malaysia
This field covers the management and conservation of forest ecosystems to ensure that they are managed in a sustainable manner based on the three main components: environmental, social and economic. Impact on the environment as a result of forestry activities such as climate change, forest fires, environmental pollution, forest and timber certification, and others are also emphasised. Related Sub-fields are: Forest Management, Forest Silviculture, Urban Forest, Forest Biotechnology, Forest Botany, Forest Engineering, Tree Physiology, Tree Improvement, Seed Technology, Policy and Forest Economics, Forest Ecology, Forest Measurements, Forest Soil, Watershed Management (Hydrology), Forest Protection (Pathology and Entomology), Social Forestry, International Forestry, Conservation and Biodiversity, Remote Sensing and GIS, Non-Timber Resource Management.
A Master Degree (by coursework) in a relevant field with a minimum grade average of B, or a Master Degree by research in a relevant field; oran outstanding Bachelor's degree with minimum CGPA 3.750 or equivalent to a First Class degree, Degree certificates of Bachelor, Transcript of Bachelor Degree, Research Proposal, TOEFL ibT of 80, IELTS of 6.0
Climate Change Adaptation Scientist, Ecologist, Program Officer, Forest officer, Cost Share Coordinator
Study in Germany with Berlin School Of Business And Innovation