This course gives students the opportunity to develop their professional network and hone their skills towards the job they want. Alongside developing abilities and practice in ecosystem and species conservation, communication and effecting behaviour change, this course has a strong emphasis on developing innovation and entrepreneurial skills.
Advanced ecosystem conservation in practice; advanced species conservation in practice; communication for conservation; innovation and enterprise in conservation; research project.
Each module assessment is specifically designed to allow you to develop your practical skills and understanding, and increase your employability once you graduate. They will usually take the form of mini-projects and will require you to master advanced techniques in wildlife conservation and evaluate their effectiveness in a range of circumstances. The projects include presentations, portfolios and reports. There are no formal written exams.
You will need: • a good honours degree (minimum 2:2) in a subject which contains a core grounding in conservation, ecology and environmental science, or • equivalent, from a recognised overseas institution, or • to have at least three years' experience of working in the environmental sector, specifically in areas related to biodiversity conservation. • If English is not your first language, you will be required to meet the UK Border Agency and Universities minimum English Language requirements, such as the International English Language Test (IELTS) 6.5 overall with a minimum of 5.5 in all components If you are applying with non-standard qualifications, we might need to contact you for an informal discussion in order to establish whether you meet our entry requirements.
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Bristol, University of the West of England
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