University of Nottingham: Agricultural Systems Management PhD/MPhil/MRes

InstitutionUniversity of Nottingham
Department School of Biosciences
Telephone +44 (0) 115 951 5559
Study type Research


The production of food is achieved through agricultural systems. This primarily includes crops and livestock, raw materials and bioenergy.

There is increasing need for more sustainable agricultural systems. This is to help tackle global challenges such as:

  • biodiversity protection

  • environmental damage

  • animal welfare

  • livestock diseases

  • climate change

Using management science, modelling and statistical approaches, we aim to:

  • improve our knowledge of how agricultural systems work

  • understand and predict the impact of change on these systems

The School of Biosciences research website contains more information on our research areas. You will also find academic contact details and research interests. You should identify a supervisor to work with and contact them before making a formal application.

Doctor of Philosophy - PhD

Master of Philosophy - MPhil

Master of Research - MRes

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