£694 per course
The Master of Science in Forestry (MScF) is a research-oriented degree, and requires completion of a research proposal, a thesis and an approved course program. Some MScF students are fully funded, depending upon the research requirements of the faculty member they study with. In addition to fully funded positions, self-funded students can also be accepted. You have the option of studying full time or part time.
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