Botany staff have a high research profile and are all active in postgraduate training and research within the School of Natural Sciences. There are currently 42 registered research students working on individual projects within the research groups.
Potential Postgraduate Research Students
In the first instance please contact the member of staff whose research interests are most closely allied to your own.
For general information or help in identifying potential supervisors please contact the Postgraduate Co-ordinator for Botany who is currently Professor Nick Gray.
Taught Masters Courses
Botany is also involved with teaching on three taught Masters Courses:
- MSc in Biodiversity and Conservation
- MSc in Environmental Science
- MSc in Development Practice