The Green Certificate, requested by students does not accredit any qualification, however, it serves as a reference about the amount of knowledge acquired in the fields
of environmental economics and environmental management. This document can be an asset in your job search – as per the experience of our former students.
If you wish to acquire the Green Certificate, you have to comply with the following conditions:
Successful completion of at least five course units (subjects) held by the Department of Environmental Economics (course codes beginning with BMEGT42…). This may happen during the Bachelor program or the Master program, during the two programs together, or in the course of the Erasmus program.
Take care to only submit your request if you know the final results of your courses!
The Green Certificate cannot be acquired by students participating in the Regional and Environmental Economics MA, the Environmental Engineering BSc, Environmental Economics specialization, the Environmental Engineering MSc, Environmental Management specialization programs or other specializations hosted by the Department of Environmental Economics. For them, most of the courses required for the Green Certificate are mandatory, their specialization is indicated in their final degree.