£6,512 per semester
Environment and Development is an internationally oriented MSc programme where your primary focus is the sustainable development of forests, agriculture and foods in developing coutries. The 2-year MSc programme will teach you how to merge social and natural sciences. The programme practices field-based and research-based learning, giving you a holistic and realistic understanding of critical aspects of agricultural development – from soil fertility management to rural livelihood strategies. You specialize in either Agriculture and Ecology or Livelihoods and Governance.
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