[MARMAM] Masters degree in Marine Mammal Science

Sonja Heinrich sh52 at st-andrews.ac.uk
Fri Jan 25 08:04:07 PST 2008


One-year Master of Research in Marine Mammal Science 

We are accepting applications for the 2008/09 entry into the Master of
Research (MRes) course in Marine Mammal Science based at the University of
St Andrews in Scotland. This is a unique, one-year course intended to
prepare
students for a professional career in marine mammal research and
conservation. The programme is tailored to address the scientific challenges
of marine mammal physiology, behaviour and population biology with strong
components of
analytical methodology, laboratory work, and field study. The course is
being taught by members of the Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU), with some
modules jointly organised with the School of Biology and CREEM (Centre for
Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling). 

Applications for the upcoming academic year (starting September 2008) must
be received by Friday 4th April 2008. For further information on the course,
entry requirements and how to apply see
http://biology.st-andrews.ac.uk/courses/mres_mms/. 

Best wishes,
Jason & Sonja

Dr Jason Matthiopoulos (Course Coordinator) & 
Dr Sonja Heinrich (Teaching Fellow)

Email for enquiries: smrumasters at st-andrews.ac.uk

Sea Mammal Research Unit,
University of St.Andrews,
St. Andrews, Fife, KY16 8LB,
Scotland, UK

http://www.smru.st-and.ac.uk/
http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/




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