The University of Stirling's MSc Aquaculture Distance Learning continues to grow
The University of Stirling, Scotland's Institute of Aquaculture MSc course in Sustainable Aquaculture by Distance Learning continues to prove popular.
As another student module starts, Professor Brian Austin, Director of the Institute expressed his delight at the continued growth in interest in these innovative programs "It is great to see a further 20% increase in student enrollment on this program". He explained that "the flexibility of the distance learning approach allows students to select modules over several years - allowing them to build their credits on their own schedule, depending on personal circumstances".
As well as distance learning programs it is possible to study from a range of ten Aquaculture related Master's degrees on campus in Stirling, "and it doesn't matter if you you are not sure which area to specialise in as that only depends on the range of discrete study topics you chose in the second semester. Of course, we also offer Postgraduate Certificate, or a Postgraduate Diploma options too for those who don't want to complete the full MSc".
Courses start in Stirling in September 2011 or on-line soon. Find out more about the MSc programs.