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Program description:
The aim of this programme is to provide students with specialised knowledge of natural science, ecology, engineering, economics and management in order that they will be able to detect, assess, prevent and mitigate existing or potential environmental risks, as well as for managing restoration and reclamation projects. Graduated students are able to develop appropriate technological solutions to prevent environmental pollution. Their studies can be continued at PhD level. As a part of the programme, students can further specialise in soil and water conservation, waste management or ecotoxicology.

Entry requirements:
BSc degree in related fields (Life sciences or Agriculture); min. B2 level of English

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Entrance exam description:
Assessment of BSc degree, language skills, professional competence and motivation by programme leaders. Skype interview if necessary.

Dr. István Waltner
Associate professor


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