Our minimum requirement is at least a 2:1 UK Honours degree in a science subject.
Months of entry
This course provides broad research training in ecology, evolution and conservation, focusing on fundamental concepts and theory, and their application to conservation and biodiversity science.
This interdisciplinary course provides broad research training in ecology, evolution and conservation, focusing on fundamental concepts and theory, and their application to conservation and biodiversity science.
Based at Silwood Park Campus, an internationally renowned centre of excellence for ecological research, the taught course covers a range of topics, each taught by a leading researcher in that field. These internationally recognised experts use their own research as model systems to illustrate the fundamental scientific principles that underpin the study topics.
External visitors from a range of conservation organisations will highlight the issues around applying science to practical conservation.
You also complete a five-month research project on a topic 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.
Both courses are suitable for those interested in a career in applied ecology or conservation, or in preparing for a PhD.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Amanda Ellis