So I'm starting uni next week, I'm doing a foundation degree in animal collections and conservation. I have read through the basics of what can happen after completing the course like getting top ups to the degree and that I could potentially work with trusts and stuff. But I feel like there is more to it but i just can't find the answer.
Originally I wasn't supposed to do this course because the one I chose I didn't meet the requirements, so it was pretty last minute. I'm way more exited about this course and think it will take me further (but where?)
Is there anyone else here that has gone through animal management or similar who has gone onto being professional in something from this. Like, can it lead to certain things or specialising in something. I'm just a little in the dark with this at the moment :/
Thank you x
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You can do pretty much anything that uses your transferable skills. See if the uni can put you in touch with current or former students and have info on grad destinations. Think of jobs you're interested in and find out what their requirements are.