Master's in Biodiversity in Europe

Find Masters Programs in Biodiversity in Europe 2018

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Master in Nature Conservation

Czech University Of Life Sciences Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Campus Full time September 2018 Czech Republic Prague

Nature Conservation (NCO) master´s degree programme is open for bachelor´s degree-holders with a background in ecology, biology, zoology, botany, conservation biology, landscape ecology or environmental sciences. [+]

Nature Conservation (NCO) master´s degree programme is open for bachelor´s degree-holders with a background in ecology, biology, zoology, botany, conservation biology, landscape ecology or environmental sciences. The NCO programme is best suited for those wishing to acquire advanced knowledge and research-based skills in nature conservation. The NCO programme provides a solid understanding in both applied and theory-based resource conservation and management, based on principles of applied landscape ecology. NCO is an accredited degree programme required for practice of management of protected landscape areas with the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic, the EU and applicable international locations as well.... [-]


Nordic Masters program in Biodiversity and Systematics

Stockholm University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 Sweden Stockholm

Be part of the new generation of taxonomists with the expertise and skills to take action against biodiversity loss. On our Master’s programme in Biodiversity and Systematics you will gain a broad knowledge of living organisms, their relationships and learn specific identification and research skills to be able to follow a career in the conservation of biodiversity for the future. [+]

Be part of the new generation of taxonomists with the expertise and skills to take action against biodiversity loss. On our Master’s programme in Biodiversity and Systematics you will gain a broad knowledge of living organisms, their relationships and learn specific identification and research skills to be able to follow a career in the conservation of biodiversity for the future.

Reasons to choose Emphasis on gaining practical skills alongside theoretical knowledge Constantly updated courses to reflect latest research Programme designed to be tailored to individual students career goals Programme structure

The programme is a collaboration between seven nordic universities and courses are taught as a combination of distance studies and intensive field and lab sessions at different field stations and participating universities. The distance element allows you alot of flexibility in when and where you conduct your studies. The up to week long field and lab sessions give you hands on experience of methods and deeper insight to biodiversity and systematics research across Sweden and the Nordic countries.... [-]


Master in Ecology and Biodiversity

Stockholm University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 Sweden Stockholm

Our Master’s programme in Ecology and Biodiversity will give you essential knowledge to understand nature’s complex connections and the relationships between species, their environment and climate. Evolutionary ecology and experimental design are important aspects of a programme where you will have opportunities to study empirical ecology in both the field and laboratory. [+]

Our Master’s programme in Ecology and Biodiversity will give you essential knowledge to understand nature’s complex connections and the relationships between species, their environment and climate. Evolutionary ecology and experimental design are important aspects of a programme where you will have opportunities to study empirical ecology in both the field and laboratory.

Reasons to choose Increasingly seminar based teaching provides many opportunities for interaction and discussions Broad training integrating evolutionary theory with experimental and analytical skills Flexibility to shape your studies to your own interests and career aspirations Programme structure

The Master’s program in Ecology and Biodiversity includes courses covering Evolutionary Ecology, Biodiversity, Experimental Design, and Science in Biological Research and Investigation. There is plenty of space within the programme to allow you to choose from a selection of additional elective and optional courses so you can pursue a programme adapted to your chosen interests and career aims.... [-]


Master's Degree In Marine Biology: Biodiversity And Conservation

Universidad de La Laguna
Campus Full time 18 months September 2018 Spain Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The Master's Degree in Marine Biology: Biodiversity and Conservation by the University of La Laguna brings together in its approach the great experience of more than forty years of teaching and research in this field developed in the ULL. It will have a strong character of practical and applied training. The student will acquire a sound knowledge of marine biodiversity, particularly the Atlantic-Mediterranean environment, and will also master the tools of know-how in the field of management, conservation and conservation, research and teaching related to the environment , Biodiversity and marine resources. [+]

The Master's Degree in Marine Biology: Biodiversity and Conservation by the University of La Laguna brings together in its approach the great experience of more than forty years of teaching and research in this field developed in the ULL. It will have a strong character of practical and applied training. The student will acquire a sound knowledge of marine biodiversity, particularly the Atlantic-Mediterranean environment, and will also master the tools of know-how in the field of management, conservation and conservation, research and teaching related to the environment , Biodiversity and marine resources.

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The term "Biodiversity" is relatively recent and although it has become fashionable, it is nothing other than the contraction of "Biological Diversity", understanding this as the structural and functional variety of all life forms, both at the genetic and specific levels. of ecosystems.... [-]


Biodiversity, Evolution and Conservation in Action

Middlesex University London
Campus Full time 12 months August 2018 United Kingdom London UK Online + 1 more

This course is designed for those looking for an interdisciplinary programme at the interface of social and ecological systems. [+]

This course combines expert teaching with unique experiences of work in real environmental and conservation settings to develop your ability to evaluate the biological and social processes that underpin interactions between biodiversity loss and human society. You will learn to gather and analyse quantitative and qualitative genomic ecological and social data; skills which are at the forefront of current research in conservation science and evolutionary biology.

You will gain invaluable practical experience through our field trips, spending one month in Mauritius to work on a real research project, with an additional week in Jersey to learn about captive animal management and the role of zoos in conservation.... [-]


Master In Terrestrial Biodiversity And Conservation On Islands

Universidad de La Laguna
Campus Full time 3 months September 2018 Spain Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The term "Biodiversity" is relatively recent and although it has become fashionable it is nothing other than "Biological Diversity", understanding this as the structural and functional variety of all life forms at a genetic level, populations, communities and ecosystems From a strictly biological point of view, its maintenance is unquestionable. [+]

The term "Biodiversity" is relatively recent and although it has become fashionable it is nothing other than "Biological Diversity", understanding this as the structural and functional variety of all life forms at a genetic level, populations, communities and ecosystems From a strictly biological point of view, its maintenance is unquestionable.

From the utilitarian perspective, biodiversity is extremely valuable for the goods it produces (food, medicines, fuels, etc.), for the services it performs (pollination, soil protection, nutrient cycles, etc.), for the information that contributes (scientific knowledge) and even as a carrier of psycho-spiritual values ​​(beauty, religion, senses, etc.). But the Conservation of biodiversity at the present time is much more, it becomes even a matter of survival especially in a territory as small as that of the Canary Islands, where mismanagement of resources, can be at least, more serious than in large territories where demographic pressure is lower.... [-]