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Agriculture and Forestry have been taught at Bangor for over 100 years and the school is currently a ‘Centre of Excellence’ for teaching and research. In August 2006, the previous School of Agriculture and Forest Sciences (SAFS) became the School of the Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) and merged with the Schools of Biology and Ocean Sciences to create the College of Natural Sciences

The SENR Department has the highest possible independent rating for the quality of it’s teaching and the joint highest research rating (RAE 5) in it’s subject area.A number of environment-based undergraduate degrees are available within the School of the Environment & Natural Resources including Forestry, Environmental Conservation and Agriculture, Conservation and the Environment.

Postgraduate courses include Agroforestry, Conservation & Land Management, Environmental Forestry and International Natural Resource Development. A range of Distance Learning courses have also now been launched.

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