Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Posted: 5 years ago


£10,620 per year

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You study biodiversity and conservation in the context of a range of UK ecosystems including woodland, grassland and moor. You develop practical skills in habitat assessment and species identification, you develop your academic understanding, contribute to relevant research and meet local practitioners.You’ll build up both your academic understanding and your practical skills relating to conservation, biodiversity and ecosystem management.

You will:

meet local people involved in national, statutory and non-governmental conservation organisations in the sector
develop an understanding of the sector and its issues
enhance your CV so that you are in a strong position in the job market, or so that you can embark upon a PhD

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