The School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences at Nottingham Trent University offers opportunities to study for an MPhil or PhD by research.
Research within the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences specialises in the fields of:
– Environmental Management
– Biodiversity Conservation
– Equestrian Sports
– Animal Welfare
– Animal Nutrition
– Food and Agriculture.
In addition the School is developing research that will support its Rural Knowledge and Enterprise initiative, including horticulture, sustainable waste management and food technology.
The campus has its own laboratories, IT and library suites as well as an animal care unit, equestrian centre and modern glasshouses. Students based at Brackenhurst also have access to facilities at the University’s Clifton campus and City site.
What you’ll study
Research in the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences is grounded in the following academic disciplines:
Animal Health and Welfare
Careers and employability
Doctorate students from the School of Animal Rural and Environmental Sciences have typically found furthered their careers at other Academic Institutions or government agencies such as Natural England.