Animal Biology and Conservation BSc (Hons)

Oxford Brookes University

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On our Animal Biology and Conservation degree you will study conservation ecology, evolution and developmental biology. And try to answer questions such as:-How do we best conserve rare and endangered animal species?-What adaptations help animals cope with life in changing environments?-How can conservation respond to climate change?Laboratory and field work are a core part of the degree. And you can put your skills into practice through field work in France and Devon.You will develop excellent ... READ MORE

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Full time | Main Site | 3 Years | 18-SEP-23

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3 Years

Biology (Non-Specific)

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A level

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Biology (Non-Specific)

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£9,250 per year
Students from England Students from England
£9,250 per year
Students from Scotland Students from Scotland
£9,250 per year
Students from Wales Students from Wales
£9,250 per year
Students from Northern Ireland Students from Northern Ireland
Students from Channel Islands
£16,100 per year
Students from EU EU Students
£16,100 per year
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31 Mar 22

Animal Biology and Conservation BSc (Hons)

Worst aspect is judgement from support people. Best aspect is society....
31 Mar 22

Animal Biology and Conservation BSc (Hons)

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Oxford Brookes University
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Oxford Brookes is one of the most exciting universities in the UK, highly regarded for the quality and breadth of its curriculum, its progressive approach toward tuition and the success of its graduates in securing competitive and meaningful employment. The university has a well-established reputation for teaching and a growing international reputation for research excellence, with 97% of its research internationally recognised (Research Excellence Framework, 2021). Students live, learn and socialise in Oxford. A centre of learning for centuries, Oxford is also a vibrant student city. It is culturally diverse and home to enough students for a thriving nightlife scene, yet small enough to feel friendly, with great food, entertainment, culture and shopping. As well as its three Oxford campuses, Brookes has a Swindon campus for locally based healthcare students.

Where you'll study

Oxford Brookes University

Gipsy Lane Oxford
OX3 0BP United Kingdom Nearest train station: Oxford  1.3 miles away

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