Ba in british wildlife conservation in Royal agricultural university
This course gives you a fundamental understanding of the key concepts and principles in British habitat conservation and wildlife management, in line with the ecosystem approach. This course has been designed with our partners at Cirencester College, drawing on a wealth of expertise and resources, including use of their animal centre, home to more than 80 species. It is the ideal stepping stone to higher level study in wildlife and environmental conservation, giving you the chance to progress onto a BSc Honours course and take further advantage of the RAU s academic excellence and industry network.
A Level: CD min.56 UCAS Tariff points (to include at least one A Level pass.), GCSE: (Minimum five GCSEs) - English and Mathematics (or Maths Numeracy for Welsh applicants) at Grade C / 4 or higher are required, International Baccalaureate: 24 points.A detailed personal statement, Upload copies of transcripts and degree certificates for previous study , IELTS min. overall 6.0 with no element below 5.5 (or equivalent).
Veterinarian, Animal Scientist, Farm Manager, Meal Inspector.