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Programmes with a forestry focus open up a broad spectrum of professional fields from the local timber industry to global environmental planning. The days when forest science graduates almost naturally ended up in the state forest administration are long gone. Very few will have to deal with hunting tasks, which played a very important role in the traditional job description of the forest official. Nevertheless, the Faculty of Forest and Environmental Sciences continues to offer its students of forest bachelor's and master's programmes the possibility of hunting training.

Usually this training is held in German - if you are interested please contact the trainer and discuss the options.

Attention: Hunting training is not part of the course (no credit as a course achievement / ECTS)!


Detailed and current information about the hunting course can be found here.

 

Who can take part in hunting training?

Only registered students of the degree programs

  • B.Sc. "Forestry and Environment"
  • B.Sc. "Environmental Sciences" with a minor in "International Forestry"
  • M.Sc. "Forest Sciences"

 

Structure of training

  • Hunting lectures (3-week block course)
  • Shooting course (after block course)
  • Practice (min 40h practical instructions)

 

Dates and costs

  • Block- and shooting-course usually during the lecture-free period in summer
  • Block course always Mon-Sat all day
  • Registration deadline always around mid-June
  • Block course: 620 €
  • Shooting course: 400 € + cost of ammunition actually used (300 € +/- 100 €)

(The hunting training is financially supported by the faculty and is therefore cheaper than the offers on the free market)

  • min participants 15, max. 50