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Integrated Wildlife Conservation Foundation Science Degree (University of the West of England, Bristol)

Why study FdSc Integrated Wildlife Conservation?Students studying lion behaviour

FdSc Integrated Wildlife Conservation adopts a biological approach to the study of wildlife conservation issues, developing a scientific understanding of our relationship with wildlife and the impact of our actions on it. Appealing to students attracted to a career in conservation who may not have considered a university education, the Foundation degree gives you a recognised qualification in wildlife conservation after two years and provides a direct route to Level 3 of BSc(Hons) Integrated Wildlife Conservation at UWE Bristol.

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Zoological Management Foundation Science Degree (South Gloucestershire and Stroud College/University of Gloucestershire)

Want to work with animals? Then this is your chance to learn about animals, from everyday care to behaviour and management. The Animal Management and Conservation Team at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College and Bristol Zoo Gardens can help you gain an industry-recognised qualification, and unique, hands-on experience. At the same time, you can enjoy excellent facilities, and the support of experienced, enthusiastic lecturers.

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