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Course overview

This course is aimed at students who wish to develop a career within wildlife conservation and ecology. You will be provided with a unique combination of academic study and practical fieldwork in order to develop a range of academic and professional skills, plus knowledge of wildlife conservation, ecology and related disciplines.

Start Date
September, 2017
  • Reaseheath College
3 years

Why Study Wildlife Conservation and Ecology with us?

As a student studying Wildlife Conservation and Ecology, you will have regular access to the Reaseheath College estate, which boasts a range of wildlife species to study.

Additionally, you can expect an interactive and personable learning experience that draws upon the expertise of our team of dedicated staff, with whom you will be able to engage in study through the use of our first-class facilities on campus, our community projects, and also via overseas study opportunities.

Reaseheath College

Reaseheath College is one of the leading specialist land-based colleges in the UK, situated in the stunning rural setting of Nantwich, Cheshire. This stunning campus is the perfect environment for degree students to work, rest and play. The College is set among 330 hectares of farm, parklands and woodland with its own lake and sports facilities, and has a fully licensed zoo that houses over 1,000 animals.

Significant investment (£50million) has been devoted to the facilities over the years, including to the animal science and zoo facility, equine science centre, food technology and science centre, and student accommodation. A further £30million of development is planned in Reaseheath’s sports facilities, agricultural and advanced engineering centre, plus new student accommodation and new teaching facilities for degree students.

In partnership with the University of Chester, Reaseheath offers a number of degree programmes tailored to your interests and career aspirations.

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