MRes in Evolutionary BiologyStudies available include the evolutionary and behavioural ecology of insects and mammals, genetic variation in wild populations of fungi, ecological genetics and the interface between evolution and development. The MRes course consists of two elements: 160 credits of assessed work based on a research project equivalant of around 10 months research work. 20 credits of non-assessed generic training accumulated from any of the courses offered by The Graduate School. The courses should be chosen by the student in consultation with the supervisor(s) and should have a clear relevance to the general area of research.
Institution: University of Nottingham
Department: The School of Biology
Entry: A minimum of a Lower Second Class Honours Degree in a relevant topic.
Funding: We offer 10 x £1,000 tuition fee scholarships for students starting full-time study on one of the new Masters by Research (MRes) programmes. Applicants must be classified as 'overseas' students for fees purposes and be applying to study full time. These scholarships contribute towards the tuition fee.
Address: Nottingham NG7 2RD
Telephone: 0115 951 4664/4657
Contact: Kathryn Lyon, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0115 82 30311
More Information: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk