The Erasmus Mundus Master programme MEDfOR (Mediterranean Forestry and Natural Resources Management) is now welcoming applications for 2020. The deadline to apply is 31 December 2019 for non-EU students, although it will be extended to April and June 2020 for EU students.
To apply to the programme the candidate must hold at least a bachelor degree on the field of economics or sciences and have a high proficiency in English. Candidates will be notified on the final decision concerning their ranking, until the end of April. The best 15-20 candidates may receive an Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
The master programme is hosted by a consortium of universities, and students have the opportunity to study in Portugal, Spain, Italy or Turkey.