Sustainable Aquaculture Course - A few remaining places01 October 2010
UK - For those not already applied, there are a few places left for the next "Certificate in Sustainable Aquaculture" course which can now lead to a postgraduate qualification.By successfully completing the Certificate Course to the appropriate standard, together with practical, relevant work experience you will be in a position to apply for Postgraduate study on our new Sustainable Aquaculture Diploma/MSc Course.
The next undergraduate Certificate Course starts in late October 2010, and will be completed in time to allow you to apply for the postgraduate qualification in Sustainable Aquaculture, which will start October 2011.
Delivered on-line and part time, both courses provide the opportunity for highly flexible, cost effective learning while continuing your current employment.
For more information or to apply for the certificate course visit: www.thefishsite.com/learn/
If you would like to discuss either course please feel free to contact the course director:
Dr Neil Hazon
Scottish Oceans Research Institute
University of St Andrews
Telephone: + 44 (0) 1334 463451
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