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Masters Degrees in Palaeontology

We have 10 Masters Degrees in Palaeontology

Masters degrees in Palaeontology equip students with the skills to examine life as it existed prior to the Holocene Epoch (roughly 11,700 years ago). They include techniques in the study of fossils to determine the evolution of organisms, and their interactions with each other and their environments.

Related subjects include Geobiology. Entry requirements for these courses usually include an appropriate undergraduate degree, such as Archaeology or Geology.

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Research profile. The University of Edinburgh is one of the leading centres of palaeontology and geobiology research in the UK and globally. Read more
This is a programme designed for graduates in the physical or environmental sciences, mathematics or engineering. Introducing your course. Read more
Birkbeck’s Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences shares resources, facilities and expertise with UCL’s Department of Earth Sciences, thus offering you access to a unique, world-class research environment. Read more
Environmental geology is a growing area of active research, because it provides insights into how the environment has evolved over geological time. Read more
This interdisciplinary MSc programme is for students who are passionate about early life, mass extinctions, macroevolution and fossil preservation. Read more
Register your interest now. This MSc is a uniquely broad and flexible programme that suits students' aspirations, background and experience. Read more
The course consists of five modules spread over three semesters, including an . extensive research project.  . in geoscience, environmental science or physical geography (see ". Read more
The hydrocarbon industry is one of our most important sectors, helping to cater for needs as diverse as domestic energy, transportation and plastics manufacturing. Read more
The School of Earth Sciences has strong international links and the presence of researchers from all over the world makes for an exciting and stimulating environment. Read more
Introduction. From the spectacular igneous geology of the Lake District World Heritage Site and Northumberland National Park to the Yorkshire Jurassic ‘Dinosaur Coast’ and the mineral wealth of the Pennines, the North has an incredible geological history spanning almost 500 million years. Read more

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