The Institute of Science and Environment’s educational and research expertise within Ecology and Environmental Management encompass a range of topics; climate change and the degradation and loss of ecosystem services, grassland management and its botanical enhancement, habitat restoration, creation and maintenance, plant community ecology and vegetation dynamics, ecology and management of wild boar, ex-situ species conservation and management, soil and water analysis and management. It can be studied full time over three years, or part time over a maximum of six years.
The Programme aims to prepare students:
- For doctoral level study. - To engage in a career in in ecological or environmental management in a research, consultancy or wider sector context. - To meet the global need for highly trained individuals who can make informed decisions on future research directions. - To think for themselves in the development of a critical approach to the analysis of data and interpretation of published research.
Before submitting an application, potential applicants should contact the course leader with an expression of interest, to discuss their potential research topics and ideas. This will enable us to ascertain that we have the necessary expertise and if relevant, the equipment required for the project to be completed successfully.
Recipient: University of Worcester
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