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Anglia Ruskin University
  • Data de início

    2020 - 2021
  • Fees

    £9 250
  • Study mode

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  • Campus

    Cambridge Campus
  • Qualification

    Bachelor of Science

O melhor curso na melhor universidade para você

Immerse yourself in the lives and behaviour of animals on our Royal Society of Biology-recognised degree. Youâ??ll study in a world-renowned centre of wildlife conservation, and get practical skills in our laboratories that you can apply on a range of field trips in the UK and abroad. This course has been validated to include an optional placement year in industry. If youâ??re interested in a career exploring and understanding the lives of animals, youâ??ll be in good company â?? alongside Charles Darwin, Dian Fossey, Jane Goodall and David Attenborough. Zoology is closely connected to subjects such as cell biology and genetics. You could choose to specialise in areas such as animal behaviour, wildlife biology or ecology and conservation. Field work is an important part of zoology. Itâ??s a practical subject and weâ??ll give you plenty of opportunities to learn and practise both in the lab and the field. In your second year youâ??ll take a week-long field trip to north Devon to experience both marine and terrestrial zoology, the costs of which are included in your course fees. On our optional field trips you might experience rutting red deer on the island of Rum; marine biology in Scotland; world-class zoos in the Netherlands; wildlife and ecology in Africa; and diving and marine biology overseas. Youâ??ll need to pay for these optional trips. Cambridge is becoming a world centre for wildlife conservation, with Fauna and Flora International, Birdlife International and the World Conservation Monitoring Centre based here. Youâ??ll have opportunities to attend lectures and visit specialist museums and libraries in the city. If youâ??re interested in captive animal behaviour, you can access the facilities at the College of West Anglia, Cambridge. Our course is recognised by the Royal Society of Biology's degree-recognition scheme.