The following institutions provide education related to the management and conservation of forests:
|Australian National University|
Master of Forestry
|Southern Cross University|
Bachelor of Forest Science and Management
|University of Sydney|
Master of Agriculture & Environment
|University of Tasmania|
Graduate Certificate in Timber (Processing & Building)
|University of Melbourne|
Bachelor of Environments (major in Landscape & Ecosystem management)
Bachelor of Science (major in Ecosystem Science)
Master of Ecosystem Management and Conservation
Education on forest management and conservation is available through TAFE. However, these opportunities differ among states and territories. Please check the closest TAFE provider near you.
In this section, we list links to a wide range of forest-related grant opportunities, fellowships and awards.
The Ecological Society of Australia (ESA) offers an Applied Forest Ecology Scholarship, worth 3500.- AU$. Additional grants and awards can be found through this web page.
The Department of Industry (Government of New South Wales) has commenced their programs called “Boosting Business Innovation” and “TechVouchers”. While the first is a two-year program that will help unlock access to technology, equipment, research and expertise to build an innovation ecosystem and stimulate economic growth right across NSW, through the second program you can be connected with an expert in a relevant field of research and embark on a joint research project. The program also enables access to high tech instruments and facilities that would otherwise be difficult to access.