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Lincoln University's Master of International Nature Conservation - jointly taught and awarded with the University of Gottingen, Germany - investigates international problems of nature conservation in the context of conservation biology.
This twinned master’s degree is undertaken at both Lincoln University and the University of Göttingen University. Gottingen University students will spend one semester at Lincoln University.
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Lincoln University's Master of International Nature Conservation - jointly taught and awarded with the University of Göttingen, Germany - investigates international problems of nature conservation in the context of conservation biology.
Learning contrasts through integrated study semesters at the University of Gottingen, Germany and considers the north-south hemisphere, different conditions and approaches to nature conservation.
The programme is supported through an Advisory Board of well-known nature conservation experts from international nature conservation organisations.
A relevant Bachelor's degree in science or resource studies or environmental studies, with at least a B grade average in the 300 level and final year (full-time equivalent) courses.
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