FdSc Applied Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Conservation
1st in the UK
Complete University Guide 2021*
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UCAS code: D300
Year of entry: 2020 2021
UCAS Tariff: 48
Duration: 2 YRS (FT) 3 YRS (PT)
Institution code: G53
Why choose this course?
The animal care industry is now worth £1 billion to the UK economy with 13,000 businesses and numerous animal charities, zoos, conservation organisations, wildlife parks and animal visitor attractions.
*This subject area came 1st in the UK for student satisfaction in the Complete University Guide 2021. If you’re passionate about animals there’s never been a better time to prepare for your dream career with this course which covers animal behaviour, ethics and welfare.
- study zoological science, animal husbandry, animal learning and training, and survey skills for conservation
- take part in work placements to develop practical skills and demonstrate the knowledge and skills they have gained
- have access to a range of domestic and exotic animal species at our Northop campus
- enjoy off-site visits to animal charities, wildlife centres and other industry related venues
You can also choose to study this course with a foundation year over three years FdSc Applied Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Conservation (three years including foundation year) UCAS code: 85D4
Following the completion of the Foundation course, you may choose to study the top-up degree BSc Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Conservation.
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