Interested in roles such as a biodiversity officer, an ecological surveyor, or a countryside manager? These are just some of the routes open to you after this course, designed with organisations directly involved in conservation.
Graduates have gone on to work at nationally-recognised organisations such as The Wildlife Trust, National Trust and The Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group.
Studying both the big picture and the detail will help you become an effective manager of wildlife and the countryside, covering issues from ecosystem services to protected species surveys. This course brings together academic knowledge and research skills to inform sustainable management of wildlife and the countryside.
Your learning will be directed by research-active lecturers and industry experts. The course has been designed with input from employers and industry to maximise your employability prospects after graduation. You will practice key skills for employment in the wildlife and countryside sector such as protected species surveys, report writing, grant applications, legislative requirements and client liaison.