The master's degree in Biodiversity, Conservation, and Environmental Quality (BCEQ), entirely taught in English, prepares the highly qualified figure of environmental biologist expert in the multiple aspects of biodiversity, aimed at nature conservation and the assessment of environmental quality.
The BCEQ graduate, therefore, deals with the analysis and protection of biodiversity, environmental monitoring, research, scientific dissemination, and education, thus meeting the national and international demand for experts in biodiversity.
Graduates in BCEQ can continue their studies by accessing a Ph.D. program and can take the state exam for Biologists.
Graduates in BCEQ find their natural place within bodies for the environment and biodiversity, institutions and laboratories for analysis and research, local authorities, cooperatives, consortia for the management of museums, parks, protected areas, and nature reserves, and as freelance biologists.
Welcome in Siena
The University of Siena is one of the oldest universities in Europe, having been founded in 1240.
Its history has evolved alongside Tuscany’s cultural tradition from the Middle Ages to modern times.
Siena is located in the heart of Tuscany amid a landscape of gently rolling hills. Built on three steep hills and encircled by ancient walls, it is a unique city where students can spend a profitable study period, full of opportunities for their personal enrichment.