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Feb. 25, 2020

University of Exeter’s masters courses tackle issues of environment and sustainability

University of Exeter A number of the University of Exeter’s postgraduate programs are working hard to tackle the issues and challenges surrounding environment and sustainability.

Exeter’s students join a community of world-leading experts in subjects ranging from molecular biology, conservation, ecology, climate change, sustainable futures and environmental sciences.

Study at Exeter’s Penryn Campus, Cornwall

MSc Conservation and Biodiversity

A distinctive and integral feature of MSc in Conservation and Biodiversity is the high degree of input from conservationists in collaborating governmental and non-governmental organisations, as well as substantial field work including an African field course.

MSc Marine Vertebrate Ecology and Conservation

Study in a location surrounded in coastal and marine biodiversity and take part in extensive skills-based field learning within the UK.

MSc Sustainable Development

Take a practical and problem-based approach to learning, focusing on both the study of sustainable development and its implementation in a range of professional contexts.

Study at Exeter’s Streatham Campus, Exeter

MSc Global Sustainability Solutions

This innovative program will challenge you to critically evaluate and propose new solutions that will have an impact in the real world.

The University of Exeter also offers exceptional international students a £5,000 scholarship towards their tuition fees when they choose to study at Exeter. This is payable as a reduction of the international fee for one year only and will be awarded for outstanding academic quality.

To find out more and register your interest, visit the website, or, if you have any questions about these programs, please email

Looking for funding for postgraduate studies? Check out the exclusive bursaries on offer from Postgrad Solutions.  

Content added on 25th February 2020. 

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