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  MSc Applied Ecology - International Programme

University of East Anglia    School of Environmental Sciences

Full time September MSc, Other 2 years full time
Biological Sciences (4)

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Embark on a transformative journey with the MSc Applied Ecology - International Programme, a prestigious opportunity to become a world-class ecological specialist. This two-year programme, in collaboration with six leading universities worldwide, offers a unique blend of theoretical knowledge and practical skills in various ecological fields. At the University of East Anglia (UEA), you will delve into Biodiversity Conservation and Environmental Change, tackling pressing issues like climate change and sustainability. The curriculum includes modules such as Evidence-Based Global Conservation and Statistics and Modelling for Scientists Using R, equipping you with essential tools for data analysis and research. With a focus on research-led teaching and hands-on fieldwork experiences, you will graduate as a skilled specialist ready to lead conservation projects globally. Career opportunities range from ecological research to environmental consultancy, with many graduates pursuing further studies or joining prestigious organizations. Join us and make a difference in the world of applied ecology.

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Become a world-class ecological specialist on this prestigious programme that sees you study in several different universities and field locations around the

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