The admissions period for the 2017-2018 master's degree program is open.
The Master's Degree in Biodiversity, Landscape and Sustainable Development is open to students who hold an undergraduate degree in Biology, Environmental Sciences, Geology, Chemistry, Agricultural Engineering or Forestry Engineering and diploma holders and Technical Engineers in subjects related to the above degree programs (Royal Decree 1393 of October 29, 2007).
In addition, it is open to students from other degree programs, such as Economics, Law, Architecture, Communication and Philosophy and Letters (Geography), as well as professionals from the business world or public administration who wish to receive additional training on the environment as offered by the program.
International students do not need a degree that is officially recognized (Royal Decree 56/2005). Candidates will be notified of the results of the admissions process in writing. Admission is only valid for the academic year for which the application is made.
If a minimum number of students is not reached, the University reserves the right to decide not to offer the master's degree program and will give two months' advance notice to admitted students. Such students will be assisted in the administrative process to enroll in other University programs whenever possible.
The program registration fee does not include the possible study period at Berkeley.
All students whose university studies were done abroad must request the equivalence of their average university grades through the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA).
This document is mandatory for the assessment of their admission into the program.
The Housing Office of the University of Navarra provides information about the forms of housing best suited to the needs of students.