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    Hi I was wondering if anybody could tell me their experience of studying an animal behaviour course? I would like to know which university you studied at and what the content was like? I am really struggling in picking a university. I have been looking at Anglia Ruskin and Chester. If anybody has any experiences I would be really grateful.
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    Visiting is always a good idea. You may also want to compare courses by looking at structure and content.
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    I want to do some sort of animal related course, but I'm also considering Zoology. My friend studies at Chester (doing animal behaviour and welfare) and says it's amazing. I personally also like the look of Lincoln
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    I'm doing my 2nd year of Animal Behaviour in Liverpool John Moores. In the first year we only one module that only had some animal behaviour content. There is a lot more content now. The program is good if you are unsure what career you want in the future as the content includes wild and domesticated animals.
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    I'm doing bioveterinary at Lincoln but I originally applied to animal behaviour (first year for both courses is the same ) and I have friends doing behaviour at Chester and behaviour & welfare at Chester/Reaseheath if you have any questions
    Lincoln is one of the best for research in behaviour and I do really recommend it, BUT the course is way more academic/science based than most, so if you're looking for a course that has more husbandry and management etc, ones based at colleges are usually best
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    Hi! I can't find anything about the comparison between this two uni. Do you know if ARU gives the same opportunity to study abroad than Chester?
 
 
 
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