|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
MSc. in Environmental Management
University of Stirling
|Address||School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Airthrey Castle, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA, Scotland|
|Tel. No.|| +44 (0) 1786 467840 |
|Fax No.||+44 (0) 1786 467843|
|Course titles||MSc. in Environmental Management|
The University of Stirling was founded in 1967 and has around 7200 students and 1600 staff, and an annual turnover of £55 million. It is well-known for the innovation and quality of its teaching and for research excellence in many academic disciplines, attracting around £5 million each year in research grants. With around 10% of students coming from overseas and some 70 nationalities represented at any one time, the university is well-experienced in the training of students from outside Great Britain.
The University has four main Faculties: Arts, Human Sciences, Management and Natural Sciences. The Faculty of Natural Sciences conducts teaching and research across the sciences and has over 130 academic staff responsible for teaching a variety of undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes. There are also around 130 research students following full-time, part-time and split-centre programmes.
The School of Biological and Environmental Sciences is a member of the Faculty of Natural Sciences. It is the only University Department of its kind in Scotland. There are currently over 20 Academic staff and ten technical support staff who cover a full spectrum of environmental subjects such as hydrology, geology, soil science, conservation science, environmental history, geoarchaeology, environmental radioactivity, marine biology, ecology and remote sensing. The School has about 40 postgraduate students at any one time, including both taught MSc/Diploma and PhD research students.
Further information can be obtained from the Postgraduate Prospectus.
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