- A Master's degree by research in a relevant field.
Registration for MPhil with the possibility of transfer to PhD:
- A first- or second-class honours degree or equivalent or a Master's degree.
- You should have a first- or second-class honours degree or equivalent.
Months of entry
The Natural Resources Institute (NRI) is a specialised multidisciplinary organisation within the University of Greenwich. The NRI provides research and consultancy in support of sustainable development, economic growth and poverty reduction, principally, but not solely, in the natural resources sector. It has a rapidly growing programme of research at MPhil and PhD level on social-scientific and interdisciplinary topics relating to development in the South and in Europe.
The institute provides a vibrant research environment for MPhil and PhD students in development studies with students from a number of countries and a variety of backgrounds in research, government and non-governmental organisations. Students are also actively encouraged to network with peers from other universities in the UK.
The Livelihoods and Institutions Department works on a number of themes related to natural resources, environment and development. Particular interests include:
- Participatory and client-oriented methods of agricultural research and their institutionalisation
- Agricultural service delivery
- Performance and impact assessment methodologies
- Community based natural resource management
- Land tenure
- Urban agriculture and rural-urban linkages
- Vulnerability to disasters
- Climate change.
The Food and Markets Department works on many economics-based development issues. Important themes include the performance of agricultural markets, value chains, international standards and agricultural trade, micro-finance, enterprise development and poverty reduction, ethical trade and corporate social responsibility.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries
- 020 8331 9000