Newcastle University

The study of animal behaviour is an exciting and theoretically rigorous area of the biological sciences with possible applications in:

conservation
animal welfare
biomedical science
agriculture

The Centre for Behaviour and Evolution at Newcastle University brings together world experts in:

behavioural ecology
comparative cognition
neuroethology
animal welfare

Experts at Newcastle have discovered, among other things, that:

bees learn better when exposed to caffeine
starlings who were hungry as babies become heavier as adults
mice have pain faces

You can also be part of this exciting research community.

Entry Requirements

This programme accepts both medical and dental students wishing to take a master’s degree as an intercalation. You will need to have successfully completed your third or fourth year of study.

Closing Date

There is no closing date for this course