Admission

Admission to the Master’s program in Environmental Science Soil, Water and Biodiversity (EnvEuro), requires the completion of a qualifying bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, from a recognised/accredited university. Qualifying Bachelor’s degrees include Agricultural Science, Biology, Environmental Sciences, Natural Resources – or an equivalent Bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences.

You can start the Enveuro program at any of the four partner universities.

Application and admission to the EnvEuro program are processed by the university, where you start the program (=home university) according to the application deadlines, application requirements and admission criteria of the home university.

Please apply directly at the university where you want to start the program and study your first year (=home university)!


BOKU logo

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) 
Information on application procedure at BOKU

Application deadlines:

  • EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: We recommend that you apply in June (especially if you have a BSC- degree from another university than BOKU). There is no strict application deadline (enrolment deadline: 30th November). However the admission process takes up to 12 weeks and the semester starts on 1st xxx
  • Non EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: 5th xxx
    Please note: we highly recommend that you apply already in February (to have enough time to apply for a residence permit and start the program on time)

SLU logo
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
Information on application procedure at SLU:  

Application deadlines:

  • EU citizens: 19th April
  • Non EU citizens: 17th January

UCPH logo
University of Copenhagen (UCPH)
Information on application procedure at UCPH

Application deadlines:

  • EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: 1st  March
  • Non EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: 15th January 

UHOH logo
University of Hohenheim (UHOH)
Information on application procedure at UHOH

Application deadlines:

  • EU citizens: 15th July 
  • Non EU citizens: 15th March


Admission/enrolment at the host university for the second year

Please be aware that there might be additional admission requirements for your second study year at the host institution.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet these requirements.

Especially the documents accepted as English language proof are different at each university. Please be aware that you check on time, if your proof of English proficiency can be accepted at the host university!

The following proofs of English proficiency are accepted at all universities:

1)  You have studied a full degree in English from either Europe, the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, New Zealand or Australia
For example, if you have studied your bachelor’s degree in Australia, you are not required to complete an English language proficiency exam. A student exchange semester/year will not exempt you from the language test requirement.

2) English is your second language

Name of test

Minimum score

IELTS (Academic)

6.5 (no band below 5.5)

TOEFL
• Internet-based test (IBT)(not home edition)

     90

Cambridge Advanced (CAE)

Passed at level C1 or C2

For all other accepted proofs of English language proficiency, please check the individual university application websites.