BSc (Hons) Forest Management (with sandwich placement)

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Course code D504

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Course code D504

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Location Ambleside
Duration Full-time, Sandwich Thick and/or Thin
Start date September 2017, 2018
Entry Requirements

Course outline

If you realise the importance of forest and woodlands to biodiversity, our economy and society and want an exciting, varied professional career in forestry then the outstanding facilities at our National School of Forestry will set you on the path to success. We will help you explore the science and practice of managing forests, earning you skills and experience crucial for a successful career in forestry.

Thanks to our fantastic campus in the Lake District, we offer access to ancient woodlands, mixed woodlands and plantations, giving you chance to study these different environments in real life, on-location studies. Develop the skills and knowledge you need for an exciting profession that could lead to worldwide career opportunities.

Our course offers a four year 'sandwich-route mode' of study, which will allow you the opportunity to undertake a one year placement between your second and third year. You'll get the real world experience you need to put your studies into focus, as well as understand how your degree can help you in gaining a career.

Course study options

We also offer this course without a sandwich placement - click the button for more information.

Standard course option