Entry Requirements

Forestry-related courses

Our distance learning programmes are specifically designed to allow people who have not had any higher education in these subject areas the opportunity to undertake a masters' level course whilst remaining in full-time employment.

Generally an Honours Degree in a relevant science or technology subject is required.

Students may also be enrolled if they have non-graduate qualifications which the University has deemed to be of a satisfactory standard for the purpose of postgraduate admission.

However in recognition of the value of work experience and the need to educate people currently in employment, traditional "academic" qualifications are not necessarily a requirement for acceptance onto our distance learning programmes, and non-graduates whose relative lack of formal qualifications is compensated for by his / her age and relevant work experience may also be admitted provided the candidate is aged 25 or more and has held, for a minimum of 2 years, a position of responsibility of relevance to the Degree. 

If you are in any doubt about whether you qualify for entry onto the distance learning programme, please 'phone us: (+44 (0)1248 382281) or email us: distance@bangor.ac.uk.

 

Food Security in a Changing Environment

The entry requirements reflect the expected student profile, i.e. age 26+, working and experienced in their field. Many applicants will have technical knowledge through work experience. 

Entry requirements are as follows:

  • a first or second class honours degree in a relevant subject, e.g. Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Agriculture;
  • a third class honours degree or an ordinary degree in a relevant subject, plus a minimum of two years relevant work experience;
  • a minimum of two years relevant experience in agri-based food industries or related work in a position of demonstrable responsibility.

Language requirements are IELTS 6.0 for overseas students.

If you have any queries about entry onto this distance learning programme, please 'phone us: (+44 (0)1248 382285) or email us: p.a.hollington@bangor.ac.uk.