MSc Taxonomy and Biodiversity

A one year Masters course run jointly by Imperial College London and the Natural History Museum since 1996. 

The aim of the course is to provide essential skills within both disciplines which can be applied to either industry or academia.

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    MSc aims and objectives

    Main aims and objectives of this one-year MSc.

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    MSc course structure

    Course structure of this one-year MSc.

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    Entry requirements

    Entry requirements for the MSc course, including degree and language prerequisites.

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    Fees and bursaries

    Fees and bursaries for the MSc Advanced Methods in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes Biosystematics.

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    Course coordinators

    If you have any queries regarding the MSc or MRes please do not hesitate to contact the course organiser.

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    Student feedback

    Read student feedback on the MSc course to give you a flavour of some of the modules and the course as a whole.