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This one-year MSc in Global Plant Health provides the strongest possible grounding for a career devoted to minimising crop losses. By enrolling for this MSc, you will understand what makes plant pathogens virulent, the basis of plant immunity, how the next discoveries are made through experimental and computational approaches, what makes global response strategies successful and how to lead such a response. Rooted in scientific research excellence, this course develops the skills most sought after by employers. These include complex problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, coordination with others, and judgment and decision making.
Bachelors degree (minimum 2.1 or equivalent)
Biological Science or equivalent that covers plant and/or microbial sciences.
Additional entry requirements:
Applicants are required to submit two references with their application - at least one of these must be related to their most recent Academic study.
A full, detailed CV should also be included with the application.
See fees and funding pages: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
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