The world is facing unprecedented challenges, and to meet these challenges, we need innovative and adaptable scientists who can develop conservation strategies with real impact. Our MSc in Global Ecology and Conservation covers the major conservation issues affecting various habitats across the globe. Be the change.
Our postgraduate research programmes
Our Master of Research (MRes) is a valuable postgraduate qualification is designed to help you improve and develop your skills as a scientific researcher. Our PhD and MPhil research degrees offer the freedom to investigate a cutting-edge topic in depth, working with leading researchers and enjoying access to first-class facilities.
This one-year programme will provide you with the essential skills, techniques and experience necessary to become a more competent, employable researcher. You may even have the opportunity to undertake a research project in the laboratory of an internationally-renowned scientist within the School of Biosciences.
Be part of our world-leading research, which spans the biological and biomedical sciences and is led by internationally renowned researchers. From global change to modelling and engineering living systems, the research at the School of Biosciences is making real-world impacts.
Learning from the best
Manisha is studying her PhD at the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute focusing on prostate cancer.
Fish hives in Tobago
During Kathryn's PhD at the School of Biosciences she led a project creating cheap and sustainable fish hives to help recover coral reefs in Tobago.
A PhD with the Otter Project
What can found dead otters teach you about contaminants, disease, and population biology across the UK? Emily is completing her PhD with Cardiff University's Otter Project, a long term environmental surveillance scheme, using otters found dead to create conservation strategies.
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