Oxford, United Kingdom
Posted: 4 years ago


£8,000 per year - full time

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The MSc Primate Conservation, following the Apes in the Anthropocene pathway, allows students with a particular interest in great apes and gibbons to focus on their chosen topic within conservation, ecology, cognition, etc. The MSc allows students to choose modules relating to the challenges and research opportunities revolving around Apes in the Anthropocene, including a tailored module to meet the student’s interests. The innovative and varied coursework provides students with direct training to work in conservation or ecology as a practitioner, advocate or academic.

Whether working in the lab, with local conservation or ecology groups (including zoos and NGOs), or in the field, you will find yourself in a collaborative and supportive environment, working with international scholars in primatology, biological anthropology and conservation biology and gaining first-hand experience to research great apes and gibbons, and where relevant, to enact positive change.

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