Environmental Conservation

As environmental concerns become ever more pressing, there is an increasing need to understand how we can effectively conserve wildlife and manage our countryside. This course course gives a theoretical grounding in how populations and ecosystems work and a practical understanding of the issues surrounding environmental conservation. We teach the skills needed by conservation professionals for monitoring habitats and species and we  demonstrate the importance of social and economic factors in achieving successful conservation.

CHES Accredited

This degree is professionaly accredited by the Institution of Environmental Sciences.

Course leaflet

Environmental Conservation Leaflet

Duration
  1. 3 years
Course Type Description

UG

Instruction Language
English / Welsh
Assessment Language
English
How you will study
Your commitment
Commitment Description
  1. Full time
Where you will be based
Duration Description
  1. Starts: 2015

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Support available from the Coleg Cymraeg

25% of the course available in the medium of Welsh

The Coleg plans and supports the provision of Welsh medium higher education on a strategic basis across all the universities in Wales. By working with the universities, the Coleg enables them to secure and develop more opportunities for students studying through the medium of Welsh. In particular, the Coleg sponsors Welsh medium lecturing posts, supports projects to create new resources, and offers scholarships to undergraduate and postgraduate students to study through the medium of Welsh. More information on the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol's work can be found on the website www.colegcymraeg.ac.uk

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