Education and training at the Centre involves the MA and MSc in Environmental Anthropology and the MSc in Ethnobotany, which is partnered with the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, Botanical Gardens International, the Eden Project and UCL’s School of Pharmacy. Our Ethnobotanist in Residence Programme and the CBCD Seminar Series also support education goals of the Centre.
The School of Anthropology & Conservation also offers MA courses in Social and Visual Anthropology, Humanitarian and Environmental Crises, and MSc degrees in Conservation Biology, Conservation and Tourism, Conservation and Rural Development, and Conservation and International Wildlife Trade.
SAC also offers doctoral programmes in Anthropology (including Environmental Anthropology), Biodiversity Management and Ethnobiology, which is specially designed to support interdisciplinary studies. Examples of doctoral research projects associated with the CBCD are listed under Research.
CBCD staff are also involved in International Training Courses in association with University degree programmes, research projects and capacity building of NGOs in Europe and elsewhere, such as MEDPLANT and GESA.