Our extremely flexible one-year MRes programme allows you to concentrate on research with a chosen supervisor for a year.
At the moment Amanda Korstjens is looking for MRes students who would like to study primate communities in Sikundur, Sumatra Indonesia.
Or work on integrative eco-tourism and conservation in The Gambia, with a focus on red colobus monkeys.
Please contact Amanda Korstjens (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly to discuss project ideas. (http://staffprofiles.bournemouth.ac.uk/display/akorstjens)
MRes topics can also be chosen independent of these two main research projects.
We are in the Faculty of Science and Technology at Bournemouth University, UK (lovely beach) and our staff includes specialists in primatology, human evolution, GIS, forest ecology, green economy and countless other topics.
We only accept people with very high qualifications for their undergraduate programmes for this degree.
UK 2:1 or first - equivalent.
Tuition / Fees:
Full time students:
UK/EU/Channel Islands: £4,025
International (non-EU): £14,000
Support (scholarships, travel):
Various scholarships are available:
Start + End Dates:
September to September or January to January
Throughout the year
Please contact your preferred supervisor first to discuss possible projects before submitting a proposal. Alternative degrees include MSc Biological Anthropology.
Talbot Campus, Christchurch House
Poole BH12 5BB
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