The Master Course in Wildlife Management, Conservation and Control is given in English language and is a open access course.

To be admitted to the course the following requirements must be accomplished:

  • a Bachelor degree recognized at the European level or an equivalent title in Biology, Natural Science, Environmental Science, Forestry, Animal Breeding, or Veterinary Medicine;
  • alternatively, a different Bachelor degree but with a sufficient ECTS credits in the core disciplines of the  course (to be evaluated in advance by an evaluation committee);
  • good knowledge of the English language (level B2, certificated or to be assessed at the entry test).

Enrolment takes place in four steps:

  1. ONLINE REGISTRATION: register on the website Self Studenti Uniss (see the tutorial at
  2. PRE-ENROLMENT: pre-enroll online at  (see the tutorial at ) from 15/7/2020 to 25/9/2020 till 11:59 PM. For any difficulty you may experience please contact the Teaching Manager of the course Dr. R. Fadda
  3. ENTRY TEST: participate in the entry test, consisting of a written multiple-choice test on the following disciplines: Anatomy and Physiology (5 questions), Microbiology (5), Vertebrate Zoology (5), Animal Ecology (5), and Genetics (5), and an English language interview. The test will be held on 29/9/2020 at 10:00 AM. Due to the persistence of covid-19 emergency, the entry test will likely be held remotely. Further information will be provided soon.
  4. ENROLMENT: after the entry test, the student has to fulfil the online application ( see the tutorial at Students have to pay fees through electronic payment systems PagoPA (for more information see the  tutorial Pagamento PagoPa” at the following link and at Keeping a copy of the pre-enrolment form is highly advisable.

More details on enrolment procedures and study organization are available on the following document:





Prof. Marco Apollonio – Coordinator of the Course in Wildlife Management, Conservation and Control – email

Dr. Renata Fadda – Teaching Manager – tel. 079229402; email