Looking to start your masters studies in January 2024? Applications are open now!
This program will equip students with theoretical background combined with business management, to come up with disruptive, sustainable and ground-breaking innovations. Graduates are likely to start their own businesses, become consultants, work in the agriculture industry or, work for the government as advisors or policy makers.
You will delve into critical issues such as the human exploitation of the Earth’s resources, poverty alleviation and food security, and the ethical and cultural implications of policy development.
If you would like to find out more about these courses we are holding a couple of webinars where you can meet the programme leader, ask any questions you may have as well as finding out about life here at the university.
This one-year full-time MSc by Research programme includes training in research skills to help you design your research project, and on successful completion of these modules you will get the added bonus of being awarded a Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods.
With a range of expertise in applied research in sustainable agriculture, food chain security, agribusiness, agronomy, entrepreneurship, rural enterprise, soil science, equine science and urban regeneration and development, the RAU provides a stimulating environment for individuals wanting to further their academic and professional careers thorough doctoral study.
Archaeology is not only the study of the past, it is the study of ourselves. Archaeology feeds into current political debates around identity, how we feel about our past, and who we want to be. Large infrastructure projects also ensure it is a profession in increasing demand. From site assistants, to managers, finds specialists and consultants, archaeology is a rewarding and challenging career, requiring a wide and varied range of skills and knowledge.
This blending of conservation and management skills lies at the heart of this course and reflects the integrative direction of travel of many historic building professions.
Cultural Heritage is all around us. It is at the centre of current political debates around identity, how we feel about our past, and who we as a country want to be on the international stage. To be part of shaping the UK’s cultural heritage landscape is a rewarding and challenging career, requiring a wide and varied range of skills and knowledge.
Application deadline for January entry
If you are coming from the EU or overseas, and need a study visa, you will need to submit your application by 1 December 2023 at the latest.
Anyone applying from the UK should aim to submit an application by 8 January 2024.
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and our Admissions Team will be delighted to help you.