MSc Conservation Science and Policy

Taught by internationally recognised experts with input from conservation practitioners, this programme examines scientific and policy-oriented aspects of conservation. Focused on the issues and scenarios around climate change, food security and social justice. Opportunity to tailor the programme to focus on those areas of most interest or relevance to your professional development. Includes a Kenya field trip to some of East Africa’s most famous conservation areas.

Offered 12 months full-time.

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Start date:

Organisation:

University of Exeter

Type:

Full Time

Sector:

Climate Change, Research

Location:

Exeter

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