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MSc in Conservation Science

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Recruiter
Imperial College London
Posted
17 February 2012
Location
Ascot, Berkshire
Discipline
Biology, Earth, Environment & Energy
Level
Masters Courses

Further information

Imperial College London, Department of Life Sciences

As a recognised centre of excellence in both training and research, the Department of Life Sciences receives one of the highest levels of funding in the country, employs 300 staff and hosts over 400 postgraduates students.

The Division of Ecology and Evolution is one of the largest such groupings in the country, located at Silwood Park, our campus in Berkshire near Ascot and Windsor. In 100 ha of pristine woodlands, the campus hosts high-tech research and teaching laboratories, student accommodation, recreational, and sport facilities.

We have formal links and joint appointments with both the Natural History Museum (London) and the Royal Botanical Gardens (Kew), and run some of our courses jointly with them, and with the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Institute of Zoology in London. 


MSc in Conservation Science

This course will give you the skills required for success in the highly competitive field of international conservation. You will be immersed in the ongoing conservation work of our partner organisations, and will be able to choose six-month research project titles linked to their conservation programmes, ensuring that your project contributes to real-world conservation.

The Department of Life Sciences will offer bursaries to selected successful UK/EU applicants to partially offset the cost of tuition fees for Masters courses. Prizes will also be awarded to some of the best students. 

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Imperial College London


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