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MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity - London

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Natural History Museum
17 March 2011
Amoret Whitaker
Masters Courses

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MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity - London

A one year full-time interdisciplinary postgraduate course, based at the Natural History Museum, providing a diversified curriculum in systematics, comparative biology, biodiversity and conservation biology.

The course is comprised of two terms of taught modules, a one week field course at Imperial College Silwood Park campus, and a 16 week research project of the student's design. Minimum 2ii (Hons) required.

This courses taught jointly by Imperial College London & NHM

Application deadline 30/07/2012

See for details and visit our website to apply Or contact: Ms Amoret Whitaker, Department of Entomology, Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, UK, Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 5998, Email:

Natural History Museum

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