Stirling, United Kingdom
Posted: 11 months ago


£8,000 per year

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With this Masters degree, you’ll gain the scientific knowledge and learn the approaches for conservation science and practice.

You’ll get the opportunity to specialise in particular areas with the selection of relevant modules and in your research project. Areas of potential specialisation include:

ecosystem services
environmental economics
conservation conflicts
habitat and biodiversity management
application of geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing

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