Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation

Course Overview - Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation

The programme is a blend of Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation it aims to give students the key academic and practical skills required for running successful captive breeding programmes.

The programme will ensure that students have the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to care for animals in captivity and maintaining natural behaviour.

The aim of this programme is to produce students with a sound academic and practical knowledge of the disciplines and factors that are required to work within the field of animal behaviour as well as conservat...

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Course Information

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3 Years

Start Date



Bishop Burton

Course Address
York Rd
Bishop Burton
HU17 8QG

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Points of Entry

Year 1

Entry Requirements

A level



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Fees and funding

EU, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales £8,950
International £12,782

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