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University of Bristol: Global Wildlife Health and Conservation
|Institution||University of Bristol|
|Department||Bristol Veterinary School|
|Telephone||+44 (0) 117 928 9653|
This innovative 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 captive populations to the wild; practical conservation strategies; and the management of protected areas. The curriculum also delivers a comprehensive introduction to wildlife disease ecology, surveillance and control.
The MSc is based at the Bristol Veterinary School in the village of Langford near the Mendip Hills in Somerset, providing convenient access to Exmoor National Park and the rich wildlife habitats of south-west England. Many small group workshops and practical sessions take place at Bristol Zoo, allowing you to gain hands-on experience of exotic animal care while working behind the scenes in a modern zoological garden.
A distinctive feature of this MSc is the large number of specialist lectures, workshops and seminars that are delivered by leading researchers, conservationists and wildlife veterinarians from outside the University. These provide valuable networking opportunities that will benefit you in your future career.
By the end of the course you will have gained the skills and knowledge to deal with a variety of practical situations that professional wildlife biologists face on a day-to-day basis.
To find out more about the programme, download our Global Wildlife Health and Conservation programme leaflet (PDF, 211kB).
|Level||RQF Level 7|
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.
Tyndall Park Road to Park Row
|EU||24700 GBP for Year 1|
|England||13100 GBP for Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||13100 GBP for Year 1|
|Scotland||13100 GBP for Year 1|
|Wales||13100 GBP for Year 1|
|International||24700 GBP for Year 1|
|Channel Islands||13100 GBP for Year 1|
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