MSc Sustainable Plant Health
This degree is for graduates planning a career in plant protection in agriculture, horticulture, forestry or urban settings, or policy development, plant health inspection, research, consultancy and conservation management, and private industry.
With the global human population set to rise to over nine billion by 2050, and our trees facing new plant threats, we urgently need sustainable solutions that will allow us to increase the global food supply while preserving the integrity of agricultural and non-agricultural ecosystems.
The programme is delivered in collaboration with Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC). Students benefit from SRUC teaching, and are awarded a University of Edinburgh degree on successful completion of their programme
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We strongly recommend that all applications for study by submitted no later than 15 June 2018. Late applications from Home / EU students may be considered, and from International students in exceptional circumstances. Please e-mail Mark.Hocart@sruc.ac.uk to enquire.