This truly international conference event creates a forum for researchers and practitioners from the broad field of forest engineering to share research ideas and experiences from around the world. Don't miss it!
The structure of the Bachelor in Forestry Science degree offers exciting opportunities for study in a range of disciplines. The degree is management oriented and requires some study of science, commerce, engineering and sociology subjects. Apply now!
This degree offers a flexible structure – depending on the students' goals and experience they can study by examination and report, examination and thesis, or thesis only. This approach means they can complete a professional master's degree with coursework and a report in two years.
This diploma is offered to graduates who: do not have a first degree in forestry, are looking to update and retrain, wish to develop advanced knowledge through coursework and come from countries where the forestry degree is less quantitative than in New Zealand. Apply now!
The Pupu Rangi Nature Sanctuary welcomes volunteers interested in environmental conservation especially forests to join the team in New Zealand. The volunteer program comprises of the following components: Conservation work in the forest; Manual work around the sanctuary; Sightseeing around the region. Key tasks include, among many others: Weeding and maintaining the herb garden; Landscaping; Chopping wood, cutting and marking tracks; Kiwi,…