The International Wildlife Management, Conservation and Control course is a Master Degree course in 2 years which is given in English language.

It is an open access course but it is compulsory to pass an admission test on the skills acquired.

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).


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The International Wildlife Management, Conservation and Control course is a Master Degree course in 2 years which is given in English language.

It is an open access course but it is compulsory to pass an admission test on the skills acquired.

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)

   For more details please visit the page https://www.veterinaria.uniss.it/en/didactics/masters-degree-wildlife-management-conservation-and-control-wmcc