I'm currently about to start my second year of level 3 animal management at Rodbaston college. I am hoping to continue my studies through to university with a degree course in conservation and ecology.
I have looked at several unis my favourites currently being Bournemouth and Chester.
The criteria I am looking for are location, facilities, opportunity to work with or tailor my course towards ape and primates, uni lifestyle, reputation and the opportunity to study abroad.
Any advice anyone can give to me about courses or what universities to enquire about would be much appreciated!
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- 18-07-2016 22:29
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- 28-07-2016 13:17
You really have to learn to do your own research. You've got a list of things that are important to you and UCAS has a list of all unis offering the course. Go through each and see what they have to offer then narrow it down.