The MEG Program — MEG Freiburg Forum on Environmental Governance. The “MEG” (Master’s in Environmental Governance) is a two year Master program that was established in 2. University of Freiburg.
In order to promote a sound governance of the social and environmental challenges facing humanity, MEG students are trained at the academic level to acquire interdisciplinary skills. As a result, MEG graduates enter - or go back- to their professional lives as leading academics, decision makers, and experts able to reconcile environmental, economic, and social aspects in favor of sustainability.
A maximum of 3. 0 students are selected each year in a highly competitive procedure based on criteria of excellence and geographical representation (industrialised countries, countries in transition, countries with developing economies, as well as geographic regions). Thus, representatives from 2. Master’s. Moreover, the MEG program has been accredited by AQQUIN in accordance with international standards. Likewise, in 2. 00. Baden- W. An Advisory Board formed by renowned and experienced representatives from the fields of policy, business, and civil society ensures the relevance and quality of the program. For more information: www. Contact: Ms. Esther Muschelknautz.
Dean’s Office. Faculty of Forest and Environmental Sciences. Email: Esther. Muschelknautz@ffu.
Telephone: +4. 9 (0)7.
MEG Freiburg: visit to Geneva, 18 February 2008 UNECE/FAO TIMBER and FORESTRY PROGRAMME Kit Prins, Chief UNECE/FAO Timber Section UN Economic Commission for Europe.
ERASMUS Program; Academic Advising Office; Examination Office; Student Councils; Alumni; Doctoral Studies.