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Southampton, United Kingdom
Posted: 10 months ago

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£13,000 per year

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Develop the skills and knowledge required of a 21st century conservation biologist on our unique MRes Wildlife Conservation, a collaborative provision programme with conservation Non Government Organisation (NGO), Marwell Wildlife. You will consider conservation along a spectrum, from individuals to species, to populations and communities.

Why study an MRes? A Master of Research (MRes), has some taught elements, but the main focus is on research skills (usually 33% taught, 66% research), while Master of Science (MSc) degrees are largely taught courses (typically 66% taught and 33% research).

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