As part of Kew’s ambitious commitment to training the next generation of plant and fungal scientists, we’re expanding our postgraduate training offer with the launch of two new MSc courses.
Our MSc programmes offer the opportunity to study at the world-famous Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, with unrivalled access to its scientific expertise, collections, laboratory facilities, partnerships and landscapes.
Students can now choose between three MSc programmes at Kew in partnership with Queen Mary University of London or Royal Holloway, University of London:
- MSc in Plant and Fungal Taxonomy, Diversity and Conservation
Gain an in-depth understanding of plant and fungal taxonomy and diversity alongside conservation theory and practice.
- MSc in Global Health: Food Security, Sustainability and Biodiversity
At the intersection of environmental and human health, explore the crucial link between biodiversity, sustainable livelihoods and food security.
- MSc in Biodiversity and Conservation
Develop essential skills in the conservation and restoration of biodiverse plant habitats and conduct research across the world’s most biodiverse ecosystems.
MSc Open Day – 6 April 2022
Join us at Kew Gardens to find out more about our MSc programmes. You’ll have the chance to meet the course directors, chat with some of our current and former MSc students, view our science facilities, and go on exclusive tours behind the scenes at Kew.
2–3pm: Introduction to Kew and our MSc programmes
3–4pm: Behind-the-scenes tours
4–5pm: Informal chats with the MSc teaching staff and students, over refreshments. Free time to explore the Gardens.
Our MSc graduates go on to wide range of careers in research, conservation, consultancy, policy and industry. Meet some of our recent graduates, who share their experiences in these student case studies.
To find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.kew.org/msc