MASTER'S DEGREE COURSE IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, CONSERVATION, AND CONTROL
CLASS OF DEGREE LM/86 Scienze zootecniche e tecnologie animali (Zootechnical Sciences and Animal Technologies)
RELEASED TITLE Master’s degree
DURATION 2 years
REQUIREMENTS The WMCC Master’s course is open to students possessing a Bachelor degree and a sufficient background on some core disciplines. The following requirements have to be met for the enrolment:
- English level B2 (certificated or assessed during the entry test)
- a first-level (Bachelor) degree recognized at European level or an equivalent title in Biology, Natural Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Forestry, Animal Breeding, or Veterinary Medicine;
- alternatively, a different first-level (Bachelor) degree providing an academic background that includes a minimum of 36 ECTS credits in the following core disciplines: anatomy, physiology, microbiology, parasitology, zoology, ecology, and genetics (for Italian students, SSD: VET/01, VET/02, VET/05, VET/06, BIO/05, BIO/07, BIO/18, AGR/07, AGR/16).
Students are requested to provide a documentation proving the fulfilment of the abovementioned requirements. The secretary office will evaluate the documentation and a feedback will be given on the possible admission to the Master’s Course.
Students have time to achieve the above mentioned title/credits by December 31st, and in the meantime they can temporarily be admitted and proceed with a conditional registration to the Master’s Course. In any case, the enrolment procedure must be completed by mid January.
Admission is conditional upon possession of a B2 level of knowledge of the English language.
Before enrolling to WMCC, the student is submitted to an entry test consisting of a multiple choice test on some basic topics (anatomy, physiology, zoology, ecology, genetics, microbiology) and an interview aimed at evaluating the knowledge of English language. The multiple choice test does not affect the student’s admission but is only aimed at assessing the initial preparation. The English level B2 (or higher) can be also proven by having passed university examinations of equivalent level or submitting a corresponding (Common European Framework of Reference for languages - CEFR) certificate.
PREPARATORY EXAMS No
More details are available at the course website www.uniss.it/wildlife