Welcome to the homepage of SLUSE
SLUSE is an educational program aiming to strengthen existing Master level educational activities at University of Copenhagen and Roskilde University (RUC), within sustainable land use and natural resource management in developing countries. An important objective is to approach these issues in an interdisciplinary fashion by taking point of departure in natural, agricultural, social and cultural theories and methods.
SLUSE NEWS: 2017 UPDATE
Information meetings will be held where you can hear more about the 2017 course:
RUC: Tues 27th Sep, 12.30- 13.30 in Mospus meeting room (021.123) in House 0.2,
ANTHROPOLOGY and GEOGRAPHY: Wed 28th Sep, 15.00-17.00, at Anthropology, room 4.1.12 (CSS campus) “Ethnographic Exploratory (EE)”.
The deadline for enrolling for the 2017 ILUNRM field course is October 26 2016.
Read about the ILUNRM field course 2014 in University Post and see some awesome photos from Borneo and Kenya here and read about what a student from anthropology got out of the SLUSE field course in Kenya in 2014 here (in Danish)
All courses are offered via the ordinary course programme at the respective universities and hence available for students from all Danish universities, as well as visiting students.
Most SLUSE courses are interdisciplinary and attract students from a range of disciplines, including agronomy, anthropology, biology, development studies, development economics, engineering, forestry and geography.
University of Copenhagen:
Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Department of Anthropology, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences and Department of Food and Resource Economics
Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change
Ten universities in Malaysia, Thailand, Southern Africa, Kenya, Cambodia and Indonesia are currently included as SLUSE partners.
The SLUSE consortia is fully internalised by the participating universities.