Veterinary medicine

University of Sassari

Master's Degree in Wildlife Management Conservation and Control (WMCC)

KEY INFORMATION

Award: Master’s degree
Study Mode: compulsory lectures and practical activities
Credits: 120
Duration: 2 years
Number of admitted students: no overall limitation (max 15 non-EU students)
Language: English
Venue: campus of Veterinary Medicine, Via Vienna 2, Sassari, Sardinia, Italy
Fees: up to a maximum of 1620,00 € (which can be reduced on the basis of the fulfilment of certain conditions - link)

Contact mailwmcc@uniss.it    |    Master’s Degree Coordinator - Marco Apollonio marcoapo@uniss.it    |    Didactic Manager - Renata Fadda rfadda@uniss.it

ACADEMIC YEAR 2020/21

YEAR OF COURSE

START OF CLASSES

MODE OF TEACHING

NOTES

1st YEAR

5 October 2020

Blended

Theory lectures will be totally online until December 2020.

It will be possible  to run practical classes from January 2021 if COVID situation improves

 

2nd YEAR

5 October 2020

Blended

Lectures will be totally online up to 16th October 2020.

In the coming weeks it will be defined if safety conditions allow to start  regular classes afterwards.

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE AND ENROLMENT

Teaser WMCC 2019

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ENETWILD CONSORTIUM

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The Department of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Sassari is partner of the ENETWILD consortium, a European network of wildlife professionals engaged in providing reliable data on species distribution and abundance of selected host species and their pathogens to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). Present focus of ENETWILD is the wild boar and its role in the spread of the African Swine Fever virus across Europe. More info at www.enetwild.com

 

In 2019, members of the Enetwild consortium, including the Department of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Sassari, launched a parallel project named MammalNet, also funded by EFSA. This project aims to promote the collection of data on the occurrence of wild mammals across Europe using citizen science. The project has implemented three applications: iMammalia, MammalWeb and Agouti, respectively for general users, camera trappers and scientists. More info at  https://mammalnet.com/