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Masters degrees in Agricultural Biology focus on the relationship between the biological properties of crops and livestock, and their use in - and impact on - agricultural processes, particularly farming.
Specialisms related to this subject include branches of Plant Science, Horticulture, Animal Sciences and Crop Production. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant field, such as Biology or Animal and Plant Science.
Postgraduate study of Agricultural Biology is highly diverse. You can opt to specialise in topics such as functional food and the production of medicinal plants, pest control, pathology, and the integration of beneficial insects to crops and farmland.
Pharmacology and cosmetic industries rely heavily on this research, as animal and plant derivatives are used in many of the day-to-day products which we use and consume alongside food.
Careers in this field include positions as applied research scientists for governing bodies and food agencies, consultants for businesses and farmers, or roles as food production managers.
These Masters degrees also make excellent preparation for further PhD research, particularly in toxicology and entomology.
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Food production in a challenging future. Developing solutions for healthy food production while decreasing environmental impact and increasing animal welfare is the main focus in the Agrobiology programme at Aarhus University. Read more
Our MSc in Veterinary Epidemiology will equip you with the skills you need to address key global grand challenges. Animal health and disease control are crucial components in key global grand challenges such as food security and climate change. Read more
As a school, we believe that part of our mission is to train the next generation of life scientists. We take great pride in the standard of our postgraduate provision and offer both three- and four-year PhD programmes. Read more
An MRes is a Masters programme with more research than taught elements, a ‘Research Masters’. If you undertake the MRes in Agriculture you will need to successfully complete any two modules from the MSc Sustainable and Efficient Food Production and the Research Methods module. Read more
This international Master program tackles the challenges of health maintenance and food security, providing students with advanced knowledge and methodologies related to medical and agricultural sciences. Read more
The Soil Science MSc at Aberdeen provides core expertise in soil and environmental science, taught by international leaders who were ranked number 1 in the UK for research excellence (REF2014) in agricultural science. Read more
Students studying at Writtle University College will have access to the Research glasshouse, farms and the postharvest unit which undertakes research and trials in conjunction with commercial companies. Read more
Plants form the basis of life as they convert sunlight into an inexhaustible source of food and renewable raw materials. Plants also have a stabilising effect in (agro) ecosystems, a landscape function and ornamental value. Read more
Our Animal Behaviour MRes is a research-based course with a taught component that is equivalent to an MSc. It provides a springboard into a career that involves a working knowledge of scientific research. Read more
Plant Breeding plays an important role in the development of plant varieties for food, feed and industrial uses. New varieties have to meet current demands regarding yield, disease resistance, quality characteristics, salt or drought tolerance and suitability for sustainable plant production systems. Read more
Since 2012, the University of Bordeaux organizes summer schools that offer a range of high-quality, multidisciplinary international courses for postgraduate students and young researchers.