University of Roehampton
Primate Biology, Behaviour and Conservation
Roehampton's expert staff team have well-established links with a number of leading institutions and field sites, such as the German Primate Centre, Zoological Society of London (ZSL), Gashaka Primate Project Nigeria, Trentham Monkey Forest, and Berenty Reserve Madagascar. This course combines theoretical investigation with fieldwork and laboratory work on a range of topics in primatology. You will learn about the biology, behaviour and conservation of primates, and about the theory and practice of primatological research. After the first semester, the emphasis will be on independent study, with all students undertaking a substantial piece of original research.
The MRes in Primate Biology, Behaviour and Conservation is primarily aimed at graduates with backgrounds in organismal biology e.g. biology/zoology/conservation biology and related subjects (which might include appropriate anthropological or psychological degrees) but candidates with non-traditional qualifications may be considered on an individual basis. The programme is available full-time only, over one year.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Whitelands College||Wandsworth||SW15 4JD||South East|
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