The Master in Wood Energy Programme is an international education programme, whose students may come from all continents. Teaching and other communication takes place in English language.


Student search

Each student search will be announced on this website and the websites / other information channels of the eWOOD consortium members.

At the moment (November 2015) we don’t know yet the exact starting time of the programme’s first-time implementation and the timing for its student search. Please follow this website and ask closer information by email from the consortium’s contact persons listed on Contact page.


How to apply

The present application requirements are listed shortly in this chapter. In addition, the eWOOD consortium’s universities have their own requirements that shall be followed, too.

In the first instance please check you academic qualifications against those of the admission requirements to make sure you have achieved the correct entry level qualification.

The entry requirements are as follows:

  1. B.Sc. or equivalent degree in “Forestry” or forestry related subject.
  2. Completed B.Sc. or equivalent of any field or 180 completed credits in case of undivided M.Sc. program. Check the potential exceptions of the university where you send your application!
  3. If applying from a non-forestry related subject an additional semester may be required (See Programme page →  Curriculum structure → Bridging studies).
  4. If you do not have formal qualifications but have vast demonstrable experience this will be evaluated on an individual basis.
  5. If English is not your native language a TEFL score of 4.5 or equivalent will have to be obtained (possible interview also applies).

Student support

There are versatile services for international students in each of the consortium’s universities. Usually these services have been gathered to the international office of the university. In the research organizations offering internships and thesis works there are also persons who give you advice and help. Most important issues are collected to the Student Handbook, which you can download from the link below.

Useful information about student services, rights and duties as well as traineeship questions are collected into two more download files linked below. 



Scholarships are available for students studying this programme (e.g. Erasmus+). The scholarships will vary according to home country of origin.

The scholarships will have multiple components that will be variable from home country to home country and exchange destination/ destinations.

Aspects associated with the scholarships will be subsistence living, travel and accommodation. The costs for these different components will vary partially according to personal preference as well as availability in study location.