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Biological Sciences

MRes Wildlife Conservation Q&A Event

MRes Wildlife Conservation Q&A
Time:
17:00 - 18:00
Date:
25 February 2014
Venue:
The Nuffield Theatre (Building 6) Room 1081

For more information regarding this event, please telephone Dr Judith Lock on 02380594312 or email J.E.Lock@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Come along to find out more about the MRes Wildlife Conservation programme. You can meet the programme managers and current students.

The MRes Wildlife Conservation research masters degree is an exciting new addition to our portfolio of programmes, designed for graduates of biology, zoology, ecology and other relevant biological or ecological disciplines. It offers you the chance to build on the background of your undergraduate degree, while allowing you to develop within the field of wildlife conservation.

This is your opportunity to come along, hear more about the programme from those currently studying and teaching.

"What's the the course like?"
"What happens in Kenya?"
"How are projects allocated?"

Speaker information

Dr Judith Lock,“This qualification is delivered in collaboration with the conservation biologists at Marwell Wildlife, giving the unique opportunity for students to be part of a working team of conservation biology researchers at a conservation organisation as well as part of the graduate school at a research intensive university. Our aim is to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge required for 21st century wildlife conservation.”

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