The Masters in Agricultural, Climate Change and Transitions at National University of Ireland, Galway is offered by a consortium of six European universities, in close partnership with a network of international groups, third country universities, research institutes and civil society organisations that share in common the aim to develop capacities on the long term to reduce impact of climate change on food security and, in return, to mitigate the change by sustainable agricultural practices.
More productive and resilient agriculture will need better management of natural resources, such as land, water and soil. Graduates of the MSc.ACT will not only be able to find work or future research working towards food security goals but also help mitigate the negative effects of climate change, in . They will also be able to pursue PhD studies, for example in the Plant & AgriBiosciences Structured Phd.
The programme has been designed to develop graduates who are empowered to carry out research within agriculture-related activities in temperate, subtropical or tropical environments. The unique combination of field-and discipline-related activities within the same programme qualifies the graduate to carry out adviser- or policy-related activities within agricultural development.
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