Conservation and Primate Behaviour MSc, University of Kent

14 May 2013 Study

At its core, the MSc in Primate Conservation and Behaviour provides you with a forum for understanding not only the behaviour of NHPs (non-human primates), but also the current issues and hot topics in NHPs conservation and management. You become familiar with a range of methodologies employed in the study of the behavioural ecology of NHPs and in the survey and monitoring of NHP populations.

An additional suite of modules offered within DICE, including topics concerned with social science approaches to conservation, GIS skills and protected areas management, further equip you with a rich and diverse toolkit and theory-base to pursue future research and/or a career in primate conservation.

This programme offers collaborations with international NGOs around the world from the neotropics to Africa and Southeast Asia, with zoological institutions across Europe(eg Howletts and Port Lympne Animal Parks, Kent) and primate sanctuaries across Africa.

For full details visit the course website

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