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Call for DAAD Scholarship applications for Admission 2021

You  are invited to attend the 2021 MSc Course in TROPICAL FORESTRY. The course is taught in English at Technische Universität Dresden (TUD), one of the 11 German Universities of Excellence. Over many decades, the international orientation and socio-economic focus…

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Farmer-forest enterprise cooperation in commercial tree growing: Field research experiences in Uganda

My name is Sherry Kyamagero. I come from Uganda. I am a master’s student in the international programme Tropical Forestry at the Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products, Technische Universität Dresden. Here are my field research experiences amid the…

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Students elaborating business models of forest organizations

In the module “Forest Organizations and Management”, our MSc students had the task to elaborate business models of various forest organizations. In a course of two days, the students came to the campus in Tharandt to conduct group work. This…

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Call for DAAD Scholarship Applications

Your are invited to attend the 2021 MSc Course in TROPICAL FORESTRY. The course is taught in English at Technische Universität Dresden (TUD), one of the 11 German Universities of Excellence.Over many decades, the international orientation and socio-economic focus have…

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Experiences and lessons learned from GLF Bonn 2020 virtual conference

On 3-5 June 2020, Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Bonn 2020 took place online. Two of our MSc Sustainable Tropical Forestry students, Mariela Yapu Alcázar (from Bolivia) and Npoagne Issahaku Tawanbu (from Ghana), participated in the conference. Here they shared their…

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Field research stay in Ethiopia: Doing by learning and study life in times of COVID-19

I’m Mulugeta Geremew Guchale from Ethiopia and student of the Tropical Forestry and Management M.Sc. course. After completing three-semesters of the master, I traveled to my home country at the end of February 2020, to conduct the field research data…

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