This joint MSc programme is designed to enhance the capacity of developing countries to manage their drylands resources. It is intended to provide young professionals and scientists an international perspective on resource management approaches in drylands.
It is anticipated that the graduates from the MSc programme will serve in government departments and agencies (e.g., those dealing with agriculture, forestry, natural resource management, and combating desertification), teaching positions in institutions of higher learning, research institutions and doctoral research programmes.
In order to be eligible to apply for this joint MSc programme, students must currently be enrolled in a master’s degree programme at one of the programme partners or associated institutes.
For more information visit the UNU-INWEH website.
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