BSc (Hons) Woodland Ecology and Conservation

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Course code D440

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Course code D440

Key course details

Location Ambleside
Duration Full-time, 3 Years
Start date September 2017, 2018
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Course outline

If you feel as passionately as we do about the conservation of our forests and woodland resources, then we want to help you develop that passion into a career. You'll gain a broad understanding of the many issues surrounding the conservation of woodland areas, both in this country and abroad, and will develop skills relevant to broader conservation and natural resource management.

We know that the conservation movement is of critical importance to protecting our planet's biodiversity and ecosystem. We will train you to protect natural habitats and find the balance between the needs of humanity and nature. You'll have the option of taking a one-year work placement in a related profession, allowing you to put your studies to the test with real world applications. Become a diverse and dynamic natural resources expert and develop your love for nature into a future for yourself.

Many of our full-time programmes can be studied over a longer period on a part-time basis. Please contact the course enquiries team for further details.