Stellenbosch, South Africa
Posted: 4 years ago


£931 per year

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The master’s programme consists of a research component of 100% (180 credits) but you could, in consultation with your supervisor, be requested to follow additional modules, including Biometry 811 or 841 (Biometrical Applications).

Research is possible in the following fields:

increase in the effectiveness of animal production and animal products;
the improvement of product quality in the farming of large and small livestock, and poultry;
increase in the efficiency and production quality of alternative animal species; and
intensive and extensive aquaculture systems, feeding and breeding.

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