University of Forestry and Environmental Science has adopted the semester system. An Academic Year is divided into two semesters. A semester lasts for approximately sixteen weeks.
- First Semester: begins in November and ends in March
- Second Semester: begins in June and ends in October
Normal Course Load
An elective courses system is currently unavailable. The University will arrange the required courses for the students.
Letter grades are used to show the academic standing of all students with the following meanings and values.
Excellent – Exceptional Achievement
90 – 94
Almost Excellent – Extensive Achievement
85 – 89
80 – 84
Good – Substantial Achievement
75 – 79
Fairly Good – Acceptable Achievement
70 – 74
65 – 69
60 – 64
55 – 59
Poor – Minimal Achievement
50 – 54
0 – 49
Student grades are computed at the end of each semester, and may include: Attendance, Quizzes, Assignments, Reports, Midterm and final papers.
Practical and Field Works
Field work in the forest is a must for students for the assessment of qualifications. In the second semester of each academic year during the five-year academic year, field work on forestry is conducted in November and December in the reserved forest(RF) and Protected Public Forest of Myanmar. They have to practice forestry operation according to the academic year. The field trip lasts from a minimum of two weeks to a maximum of one month. Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak and security situation in the area during the Burmese military coup, field operations have been suspended.