Launch of new MSc in Agri-Environmental Economics and Policy

wheat-squareThe School of Economics is launching a new Master’s programme in Agri-Environmental Economics and Policy for entry in 2013. The programme replaces both the MSc in Applied Environmental Economics and the MSc in Agricultural Economics.

Sophia Davidova, Professor of European Agricultural Policy and the School’s Director of Graduate Studies, said: ‘There is a strong interrelationship between agricultural and environmental issues, and the School has developed this new programme to provide a more comprehensive learning experience for our students.’

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