Queen Mary University of London
Plant and Fungal Taxonomy Diversity and Conservation
A minimum of an upper 2nd-Class Honours degree (or equivalent international qualification) in a relevant subject, such as Ecology, Environmental Science, Biology or Zoology. This programme includes a compulsory overseas field course, held in Africa, during which students should expect to have to undertake physically-demanding work in remote locations. Applicants for the programme from outside the UK should ensure that there are no residency or travel restrictions that would prevent them from attending this course. Applicants with any disability that impacts upon their ability to undertake such activities should seek advice from the School before applying for this programme.
Taught modules: Angiosperm taxonomy and diversity; fungal taxonomy and diversity; conservation and ecosystem services; statistics and bioinformatics; research frontiers in evolutionary biology; fieldwork module: Field skills and techniques in Madagascar.
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