Looking for your next move? If you’re thinking about Master’s studies, this Virtual Open Day event is a great opportunity to find out more about the Ecology, Evolution and Conservation programmes on offer at our Silwood Park campus.
We offer a broad range of courses that give you ample opportunity to specialise. These range from courses that have topic specialisations on the fundamentals of biodiversity, evolution and taxonomy through to agroecosystems, global change and conservation biology, and courses that focus on technical skills including biological computing and field ecology methods.
Our courses will teach you to think like a scientist through their research-intensive curriculum. Our training is designed to help you develop personal attributes that are desired by employers, including problem-solving, project management and data communication skills. All of the skills taught on our courses are transferrable, meaning the course will open a wide set of opportunities for a career in science and in conservation and natural resource management.
Silwood Park, Imperial’s campus in Berkshire near Ascot, is a leading international centre for research and teaching in ecology, evolution, and conservation. Our Silwood Park postgraduate courses have formal links and joint appointments with both the Natural History Museum (London), the Royal Botanical Gardens (Kew), the zoological Society of London and the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust.
Whether you’re interested in research, conservation or consultancy, we’ve got the course for you! Our MSc and MRes courses include:
- MSc and MRes Computational Methods in Ecology and Evolution
- MSc Ecological Applications
- MSc and MRes Ecology, Evolution and Conservation
- MRes Ecosystem and Environmental Change
- MSc Research Methods in Ecology
- MSc Taxonomy and Biodiversity
Join this Virtual Open Day to learn more about the department, our Silwood Park master’s programmes and their entry requirements, as well as an opportunity to ask questions live to the programme directors, and teaching and support staff.
This Virtual Open Day will be hosted on Zoom Webinar. If you can’t attend the session live, please register anyway to receive a recording of the session.