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    Ecology (0511TA0300350000)

    Faculty: Faculty of Science
    Study programme: Ecology (N0511A030035)
    Form of study: full-time
    Type of study: Master's (post-Bachelor)
    Language of instruction: English
    Standard length of study: 2 years
    Application type: Online

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      Application submission date: 29.02.2020
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      The programme is implemented with these specializations:
      Aquatic Ecology
      Terrestrial Ecology
      Specialization is chosen by students when registering for the first year of their studies.
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      The single-round exam in form of an oral interview from Ecology.

      The exam is aimed at testing applicant’s general knowledge of the field. The exam includes a discussion about the topic of the applicant’s bachelor thesis and a discussion about a topic for a master thesis.

      Examination is assessed with a maximum of 100 points.

      During the admissions examination, the applicant will present a transcript of the courses completed during previous study.

      The admissions examination is held in English.

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      Admission to Master's studies is conditioned by completed secondary education confirmed by a school-leaving certificate. Admission to Post-Bachelor studies (Master's programme) is likewise conditioned by completed education in any type of study programme.

      Verification method: entrance exam
      Confirmation date (of entrance exam) from: 15.06.2020 Until: 19.06.2020
      Alternative date (of entrance exam): 29.06.2020
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      The graduates of Ecology acquire theoretical knowledge and practical (methodological) skills covering all common ecological concepts. Within this framework, they achieve a specific education in terrestrial and aquatic ecology, encompassing all structural levels from molecular ecology, autecology, intra- and interpopulation interactions, towards large-scale ecology (communities, ecosystems, phylogeography). They are able to use recent analytical approaches of quantitative ecological data. The graduate is well prepared to further development of research skills during relevant PhD studies, or to professional and methodological work e.g. in surveys, analyses or monitoring for state, public or commercial administration.