The programme covers the tools and techniques in ecological and evolutionary genomics; it is delivered by staff with active research programmes on a wide diversity of organisms and problems. Students are required to take part in a group project, collaborating with peers to analyse genomic data and then complete a 6'month individual thesis project in a current research area, with opportunities to collaborate with outside institutions and organisations
Course Additional Entry
A minimum of a 2nd Class Honours degree (or equivalent international qualification) in a relevant subject. Overseas students are required to provide evidence of English language skills as part of their application.
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