MSc Global Wildlife Health and Conservation

University of Bristol

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Programme overviewThis programme aims to give you the knowledge, skills and practical training needed to work with wildlife, and places particular emphasis on wildlife health and conservation on a global scale.Cutting-edge topics include animal capture and handling techniques; the assessment, stabilisation and transportation of injured animals; methods for improving the welfare of captive animals; concepts in behavioural ecology; endangered species breeding programmes; the reintroduction of ... READ MORE

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Full time | University of Bristol | 1 year | 25-SEP-23

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Geography & Environmen..
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15th
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10th

Start date and duration

Start date
25-SEP-23
Full Time
1 year

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Entry requirements

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An upper second class honours degree (or international equivalent), in a biological, veterinary or environmental science programme, or evidence of Biology training such as A-level Biology or modules in Whole Organism Biology, Anatomy and/or Physiology. A research project is also usually required.

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£13,800 per year

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£25,900 per year

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£25,900 per year

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Where you'll study

University of Bristol

Senate House Tyndall Avenue Bristol
BS8 1TH United Kingdom Nearest train station: Clifton Down  0.2 miles away

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