The aim of this opportunity is to equip individuals with practical skills and theoretical understanding needed to contribute effectively to conservation research and action in the developing world. Applicants will be benefited from the high calibre teaching and research at the world-renowned University of Oxford, a centre of academic excellence.
Applicant should have at least BSc in the field of Biology, natural resources and other related fields. Individuals who have PhD and who are currently studying their PhD will not be considered as priority candidate. Applicant should also have 2 years of experience and basic knowledge of English (English proficiency) and working knowledge of computer skills.
The deadline for the application is June 14th 2019 at 12 noon UK time.
This program lasts 7 months from March to September each year.
The University requires you to apply online via the Online Graduate Application Form. A guide to applying online is available here: http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/applying-to-oxford.It is good to read the guide to apply which is available online.
The application should include, completed application form, a statement of purpose, a concise curriculum Vitae, academic transcripts, English proficiency, reference from three referees, at least one should be qualified to tell about your academic potential
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