The minimum qualification for admission is normally an Upper Second Class Honours (2:1) degree in a science-based subject from an UK academic institution or an equivalent overseas qualification.
Months of entry
The course will equip you with the necessary skills to proceed to a PhD and an established career in academic, government or non-governmental organisations engaged in research into biodiversity and its protection or exploitation.
External visitors from a range of conservation organisations will highlight the issues around applying science to practical conservation.
You complete eight weeks of taught modules as research training, and then conduct two five-month research projects on topics of your choice.
The MSc course offers a wider range of instruction across a large set of research areas, allowing you to gain a clear insight into your own research interests from among current research topics. The MRes course hits the ground running: the greater focus on independent research allows you to specialise in your existing research interests.
Fees and funding
We offer a range of scholarships for postgraduate students to support you through your studies. Try our scholarships search tool to see what you might be eligible for.
For more information on the Postgraduate Master's Loan scheme and other funding opportunities that are available, please visit our Fees and Funding website.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Amanda Ellis
- 0207 594 2251