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  Taxonomy, Biodiversity and Evolution - MSc


Imperial College London    Life Sciences

Full time October MSc 1 year full-time

About the course

Study how taxonomy and systematics provide the foundation for our understanding of biological diversity on this Master's course.

Based primarily at the Natural History Museum, this programme will equip you with the quantitative and analytical skills required for a career in biodiversity research.

This includes the chance to explore a range of computing, morphological and molecular techniques.

You'll attend lectures and carry out computer and laboratory-based practicals at the museum before applying your skills to field work at Imperial's Silwood Park campus.

You'll then further demonstrate your expertise by investigating a research area of interest during an independent four-month project.

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Entry Requirements

Our minimum requirement is a 2:1 in a biology or related subject



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