Escudo de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería
de Montes, Forestal y del Medio Natural

Academic offer in English

Here follows a provisional list of available courses in English for next Academic year (2020-2021) at the School of Forest Engineering and Natural Resources. For further information you may contact

Zoology Icono PDF 6 2nd
Practical activities: Friday 12:00-13:00
Lectures: Monday 8:30-10:30, Thursday 9:00-10:30
Field trip:
Limnology Icono PDF 3 1st
Monday: 18:15-19:15
Wednesday: 18:15-19:15
Structure and Function of Woody Plants Icono PDF 6 1st
Theory classes: Monday 12:30-14:30 and Tuesday 9:00-10:30
Laboratory: Tuesday 15:00-16:30
Knowledge management. Tools in decision making Icono PDF 3 1st
Tuesday: 19:00-21:00
Control of pollution in the natural environment Icono PDF 3 2nd
Friday classes in even weeks:
Thursday: 16:30-20:30
Unit operations in the forest industries Icono PDF 5 1st
Theory classes in odd weeks:
Wednesday: 10:45-13:00 and Thursday: 08.30-10:30
Practice classes in even weeks:
Thursday: 15:00-19:30
Monitoring and control of pollution in soils, water and vegetation Icono PDF 3 2nd
Thursday: 16:30-19:30
LIDAR data applied to forest inventory and managementIcono PDF 3 1st
Thursday: 15:00-17:30
Uses of medicinal and aromatic plants Icono PDF 3 1st
Monday: 17:30-20:00
Statistical EcologyIcono PDF 3 1st
Mondays: 16:00-19:00
English for professional and academic communication* Icono PDF
*You need to accredit a B2 English level to be admitted to this course

6 Both Fall Semester: Mon&Weds 12-14.30
Spring Semester:   Group A: Mon 12-14.30; Weds 9.30-12, Group B: Tue: 19.15-20.15, Weds: 14-16, Thur 18.15-20.15
Forest ResilienceIcono PDF 3 2nd
To be determined
Applied Remote Sensing and GISIcono PDF 3 1st
To be determined