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MSc Global Health Open Day at Kew

MSc Global Health Open Day at Kew

  • Date15 April 2024

Earlier this month new students for Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and Royal Holloway’s shared MSc Global Health: Food Security, Sustainability and Biodiversity enjoyed a visit to Kew’s MSc Open Day.

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The new postgraduates enjoyed a programme of talks and tours to discover a future solving global sustainability challenges.

Students were guided behind the scenes to visit the Fungarium, Herbarium, Labs and MSc suite as well as enjoying free time in the garden.

Students on MSc Global Health: Food Security, Sustainability and Biodiversity degree study at Royal Holloway and at Kew, learning from world leading experts at both institutions and spending approximately equal time at our main campus in Egham, Surrey and Kew’s main site in Richmond, south west London.

This one year course covers a range of topics at the intersections of environmental health and human health, addressing the crucial link between biodiversity, sustainable livelihoods and food security.

You can find out more about our collaborative research and teaching with Kew in this short video

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