The UCD MSc Wildlife Conservation & Management covers wildlife management and appropriate field skills, resolution of human-wildlife conflict, Irish and EU wildlife policy and legislation and the integration of human health, wildlife health and wildlife ecology. Additionally, transferable skills such as quantitative analysis, communications, conflict resolution and remote sensing will be acquired. Students will benefit from network national and international research collaboration. The programme enables students to develop an integrated judgement and analysis of problems associated with wildlife management and conservation both nationally and internationally.
Applicants must hold a second class degree or higher in a biological, environmental or related science from a recognised higher education institution. Applicants from other disciplines may be considered if they include strong evaluation, analytical and communication skills AND have experience of working in the area.English Language qualification applicable if English was not the language of instruction for the candidates’ first degree.
Recipient: University College Dublin
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