Conservation and Ecology at NTU

There’s a global demand for postgraduate specialists in the conservation sector. With our support, you can help to meet that need

These courses explore the conservation of both species and habitats, by assessing five major global threats: climate change, habitat loss, invasive alien species, human-wildlife conflict and exploitation. You’ll enhance your professional credentials and capabilities by developing practical field surveying skills, conducting biodiversity surveys, and producing industry-level reports and assessments.

You’ll have the chance to take part in field trips at home and abroad, whilst work experience opportunities are built centrally into our postgraduate curriculum. The MSc / MRes Endangered Species Recovery and Conservation course also includes a module based at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust (DWCT) International Training Centre in Jersey.

Why you should study Conservation and Ecology with us

  • Our MSc / MRes Endangered Species Recovery and Conservation course is delivered in conjunction with the internationally renowned Durrell Conservation Academy
  • Our MSc / MRes Biodiversity Conservation course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management
  • 100% of MSc Biodiversity Conservation students are in work or further study six months after graduating (DLHE 16/17)

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