This course is a full-time, one-year Masters, aimed at graduates of leadership potential with at least three to five years of experience relevant to biodiversity conservation. The unique feature of the course is its delivery by a collaboration between six University of Cambridge departments and nine leading conservation organisations based around Cambridge, and its focus on issues of management and leadership. A key aim of the course is to build the capacity of conservation leaders from tropical countries. As a result, the first two cohorts have attracted post-experience students from around the world.
There is scholarship funding available for the academic year beginning in October 2014. Further details of the course and scholarships can be found at: http://www.geog.cam.ac.uk/graduate/mphil/conservation/
Applicants are also encouraged to seek scholarship support locally, for example the Chevening Scholarship schemes run by the British Council in their home countries.
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