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Master's Degrees in Ecology in Asia 2021

Individuals who are interested in the effects of climate change and environmental conservation may be interested in studying ecology at a college or university. Ecology programs concentrate their instruction on biodiversity, environmental law, forestry, and pollution in order to help students think about environmental issues on a global scale.

Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.

Master's Degree in Ecology in Asia

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Master's Program in Biodiversity

Master
Sep 2021
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18 Dec 2020
English
Campus

Master's Program in Biodiversity is cross-disciplinary in nature and is supported by the College of Bioresources and Agriculture, College of Life Science, and College of Scien ...

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M.Sc. Biosciences

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4 semesters
English
Campus

Are you interested to learn about the fascinating complexity of living organisms, from single molecules to global ecosystems? Would you like to become familiar with cell biolo ...

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Masters in Ecology and Environment Studies

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2 years
English
Campus

The School of Ecology and Environment Studies (SEES) is defining the Nalanda Model of sustainable and inclusive development. It has its roots in local traditions, links past a ...

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Master in Ecology

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2 years
English
Russian
Kazakh
Campus

The master’s program in Ecology gives you a deeper knowledge of how various changes in an ecosystem affect biodiversity. You learn how to identify ecological problems and how ...

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Master's Degree in Ecology, Conservation and Management

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English
Campus

A joint program of the Department of Life Sciences and the Albert Katz International School of Desert Studies

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