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BSc (Hons) Zoological Management & Conservation

*This programme is subject to validation
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We are no longer accepting applications to start this course in September 2022. Applications for a 2023 start open in September.
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For the future you

This programme is taught by a wide variety of professionals from research, field conservation and captive management backgrounds, which will help develop your knowledge of current zoo management practices by embedding you within the industry. Lecturers will bring to life protocols and case studies utilising first-hand experiences. The course aims to develop student’s knowledge of biology, behaviour and husbandry and expands in to more industry-specific skills such as the development of environmental enrichment, enclosure design and biological specimen assessment and identification. The theoretical delivery will be enhanced by interaction with industry specialists, field trips and practical workshops.

Develop Industry-Specific Skills

This programme is a redesigned programme of our previous FdSc Zoological Management course. Additional information will be published very soon.

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We're in the process of collating the module information for this study programme, please check back soon or contact admissions.

Application Information

To apply you must register and complete your application using the UCAS online system.
Entry Requirements
Aged 18 and above, with 96 UCAS points, which must include science-related subjects.
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Full-time Fee (Per Year)
£8,500
Full-time Duration (Per Year)
3 Years
Part-Time Fee (Per Year)
£4,250
Part-Time Duration (Per Year)
6 Years
Campus
Bristol Zoo Gardens & University Centre
Awarding/Validating University
University of Gloucestershire
UCAS Code
Z390
UCAS Institution Code
S55 - SGS College Group
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"Create friendships that will last a lifetime"

"I loved how the Clifton Campus was located within Bristol Zoo, being able to walk around on lunch breaks was ideal. I chose this degree because of how intimate the teaching classes were. Because the classes are small, I found the teachers will go through their feedback for assessments on a personal level - this is really helpful. You get to know everyone really well and create friendship bonds that will last a lifetime."
Rebecca
Conservation
BSc (Hons) Zoological Management & Conservation