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Applications for MSc by research students – 2012 intake
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The Institute of Earth Systems is offering the M.Sc. by research in two main areas of study: environmental management and planning, and rural sciences, and applicants may opt to follow the programme on either a full- or part-time basis.

Further information about the course, including the programme of study for each version and a link to the online application form, is available as follows:
Environmental Management and Planning: full-time and part-time
Rural Sciences: full-time and part-time

Prospective students intending to read for the M.Sc. by research during academic year 2012-2013 (starting in October 2012) should apply online as soon as possible. Although late applications can be submitted during August and September, we strongly recommend applying by no later than 24th July 2012.

Applicants are also required to submit by the deadline the following documents directly to the Institute of Earth Systems: 

  • Detailed cv
Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered, and we strongly emphasize the importance of applying early since this will maximise your chances of being accepted.

Applicants will be advised of their appointed supervisor as soon as possible after 15th September 2012. Please note that no binding arrangements regarding supervision can be made between potential supervisors and students before this date.

A list of potential research topics can be accessed here.

Dr Charles Galdies, Course Coordinator -
Ms Michelle Cassar, Administrative Officer -


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