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Conservation Science Imperial College London

Department name
Department of Life Sciences
Qualification, duration, mode
MSc 12FT
Further qualification details
Students also obtain a Diploma of Imperial College (DIC)
Months of entry
Entry requirements
The course is highly competitive, and we select people with a strong commitment to a career in international conservation. We don't ask for specific academic qualifications in particular subjects, beyond Imperial's minimum academic standards for an MSc. Instead we are looking for highly motivated and committed people who can show either substantial field experience in a relevant area or evidence of academic ability (ideally both).
Course description

This unique course will give you the skills required for success in the highly competitive field of international conservation.

It is taught in partnership with three of the most high-profile conservation practitioners in the UK:

You will be immersed in the ongoing conservation work of these organisations, and will be able to choose six-month research project topics linked to their conservation programmes, ensuring that your project contributes to real-world conservation.

UK students fees
For up-to-date information please visit out website
New students enrolled annually
over 20
Total enrolled students
Contact name
Amanda Ellis
Contact email
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