£7,220 per year - full time
The award winning MSc Primate Conservation, following the Human Primate Interface pathway, allows students with a particular interest in the challenges that occur when primates and humans come face-to-face to focus on their chosen topic within conservation, ecology, etc.
Oxford Brookes University is a recognised leader in the study of the human primate interface, and this pathway allows students to take advantage of this expertise. The MSc allows students to choose modules relating to the challenges and research opportunities revolving around the Human Primate Interface, 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. The MSc allows individuals working on topics such as illegal trade, bushmeat, crop raiding, or ethnoprimatology to produce and original piece of research.
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