Admission requirements

Admission to the Master’s programme in Sustainable Tropical Forestry (SUTROFOR) requires the completion of a qualifying bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, from a recognised/accredited university. If you have completed or are in your final semester of a relevant Bachelor’s degree programme you are eligible to apply for the SUTROFOR programme.

Qualifying Bachelor’s degrees include Agriculture, Biology, Forestry, Geography, Geoinformatics, Natural Resources, Economics, Agrobiology, and Landscape Engineering – or an equivalent Bachelor’s degree.

The SUTROFOR admission committee assesses all applications individually based on its academic content. You can only get an answer to whether or not your degree meets the admission requirements by applying for admission to the programme. The committee does not offer pre-application eligibility assessments of potential applicants' qualifications.

 Learn about when and how to apply.

Language requirements

You are required to document proficiency in English according to your background; see the language requirements.

"Furthermore, students who apply with AgroParisTech, Montpellier, as a second-year university must:

  • document proficiency in French corresponding to DELF B2, if they apply with Copenhagen as a first-year University
  • document proficiency in French corresponding to DELF B2 or commit to attend French courses, if they apply with Bangor or Dresden as a first-year University.