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Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology Masters Degrees in Biodiversity

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“A one year MSc degree that focuses on how animal behaviour can be applied to wildlife conservation. You will study the behaviour of a wide range of species from marine, freshwater and terrestrial habitats.”. Read more

“A one year MSc degree that focuses on how animal behaviour can be applied to wildlife conservation. You will study the behaviour of a wide range of species from marine, freshwater and terrestrial habitats.”

The course consists of six taught modules (5 ECTS each) and a major research thesis (60 ECTS). The taught modules are: Studies in Conservation Behaviour; Data Analysis using R and RStudio; Residential Field Course; Applied Geographic Information Systems; Animal Behaviour: Recording and Analysis; Acoustic Monitoring as a Marine Conservation Tool.

Course Highlights

Teaching by research-active staff working in the field of Conservation Behaviour, with particular interests in aquatic species.

A residential field course on an island off the west coast of Ireland, where the behaviour of a number of species will be studied in a natural setting.

A major research thesis on a real conservation problem, in collaboration with a supervisor from GMIT and a supervisor from an external organisation.

Career Opportunities

Graduates will be well prepared for careers in wildlife conservation and management, or may continue to PhD research. Potential employers include: Ecological Consultancies, Non-Governmental Organisations and Charities, Research Institutes and Government Agencies.

How to Apply

We are currently accepting applications through the post. To request an application form, please contact Dr Martin Gammell at:

For any queries about the application process please contact the Admissions Office at +353 (0)91 742305, or at

For any queries about the course please contact the course coordinators: Dr Martin Gammell, email: , or Dr Joanne O’Brien, email:



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