MRes Wildlife Conservation

MRes students and teachers

Our MRes Wildlife Conservation is a joint post-graduate programme with the Centre for Biological Sciences, University of Southampton.

This one year programme offers graduates the opportunity to study with our team of conservation biologists and undertake an applied project as part of our portfolio of conservation work in the UK or internationally. The course is designed by practising conservationists to expose students to real-world challenges, inspire debate and craft a solution focussed mindset. We offer an exceptional degree of interaction with our team and partner organisations and use results of research projects to guide conservation decision-making.

The course comprises a semester of taught materials, delivered at Marwell and the university, a 10 day field trip to Kenya, and an eight month research project. We welcome UK / EU and international students to the programme.

For further details and to apply to join the MRes Wildlife Conservation, please visit www.southampton.ac.uk/wildlifeconservation