Welcome Letter 2018
Congratulate to your place at the Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations Master's Programme at SLU. We are looking forward to meet you here in Umeå this autumn!
The autumn semester 2018 begins with roll call on Monday 3rd September in lecture hall Sälgenat 10.00 SLU building on campus Umeå (see the map).
You will start your studies with the courses Fish and Wildlife Census Techniques and Applied Population Ecology. On the course page you will find schedules for your classes and course messages. The schedule for the course will be published several weeks before the start of the course so you will know when and where to go to for your first lecture.
You are also invited to attend an orientation programme were you will be given essential and useful information about your stay in Sweden and your studies at SLU. This programme take place before the semester start. You will find all information that you will need as a new student at SLU at the page New student. On this page you will also find more information about the roll call and orientation programme.
The next 2 years will be valuable, exciting and hard-working but also very fun. In brief, during the first academic year you have four core courses. In order, they are: Fish and Wildlife Census Techniques, Applied Population Ecology, Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife Management, and Fish and Wildlife Management
Although you as a student are the focus of our work, you have a great personal responsibility for your studies and your academic performance.
On behalf of the Faculty of Forest Sciences I am pleased to welcome you to the Umeå campus of SLU, and our friendly, vibrant city. At the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Environmental Studies we are a particularly research-intensive department, so we can provide many exciting opportunities for you to work on an interesting and exciting topic for your Masters’ thesis during your second academic year!
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me!
Once again, welcome to SLU!
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