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Master in Sustainable Resource Management

The international master's program in Sustainable Resource Management is an inter- and transdisciplinary program devoted to a sustainable approach to natural resources, such as soil, water, air, or biological diversity.

  • Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
  • Standard Duration of Studies and Extent: 4 semesters (=2 years, fulltime), 120 credits
  • Start: Winter semester (October)
  • Language of Instruction: English
  • Requirements: Bachelor's or master's degree or diploma in one of the following disciplines: Engineering, Science, Economics or Social Science
  • Admission: Aptitude assessment
  • Location: Weihenstephan (Freising)
  • Internship: A minimum 7-weeks internship is a compulsory part of the program. Responsible for the recognition of the internship is the 'Praktikantenamt Weihenstephan'.
  • Costs per Semester: Basic student union fee and basic semester ticket fee (more about fees and financial aid)
  • Accreditation: Our study programs are accredited by the system accreditation at TUM.
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You can find the most important information about the study program at a glance in our program flyer [pdf, 737 KB].