This groundbreaking course, the first of its kind in the UK, is based on the experience of our staff working worldwide in wildlife conservation, developing sustainable livelihoods through the conservation of communities and natural resources. It combines both cutting edge research and practice, with a strong emphasis on the skills required for a better understanding of the natural environment.
You do not necessarily need to have a biological background as you will quickly become aware of the main scientific principles. You'll also gain a strong business knowledge and valuable consultancy experience which provides you with the skills for future employment.
This is a particularly applied course and you will be learning from case studies of work carried out by our teaching staff. Field trips form an integral part of the syllabus and you will complete an independent piece of research, possibly abroad, allowing you to explore the areas that interest you the most. The experience we provide will help you decide what role you wish to play in this expanding and varied industry so you graduate with the skills and confidence to realise your potential.
International Student Requirements:
The application and guidance notes can be completed online from the webpage of the course you are interested in. A list of courses can be found on our website.
You must also submit:
• Bachelor degree certificate and transcript of grades (a transcript alone may be OK if you have completed your undergraduate degree and it states the specific qualification you obtained)
• Two references – academic or professional so long as they demonstrate you have the background and capacity to succeed in the course you are applying for
• Statement of purpose
• Other subject-specific requirements, if specified in your course web page