£5,873 per year
he course of study provides students with a basic understanding of conservation biology and offers insights into international conservation problems.
The compulsory and elective courses at the University of Göttingen (International Nature Conservation, Population Viability Analysis, Assessing Wildlife for Conservation, Statistics for Field Biologists) focus on basic theories and research approaches in conservation biology, reasons for biodiversity loss and the role of population biology. Furthermore, they deal with methods of describing biodiversity and wildlife populations and practical strategies for recovery.
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