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Foundation Degree (FdSc) Wildlife and Conservation

Wildlife and Conservation
Full-Time
Merrist Wood College

BSc (Hons) Wildlife and Conservation (top up, part time)

Wildlife and Conservation
Part-Time
Merrist Wood College

BSc (Hons) Wildlife and Conservation (Top-Up)

Wildlife and Conservation
Full-Time
Merrist Wood College
GAIN A HIGHER EDUCATION QUALIFICATION IN

WILDLIFE AND CONSERVATION

SOME OF THE BENEFITS INCLUDE
  • Open more career opportunities
  • Increase earning potential
  • Improve job satisfaction
  • Promote personal growth and self-esteem

If you’re thinking about progressing your career and future security, book a call with our knowledgeable and friendly Higher Education team.

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ABOUT WILDLIFE AND CONSERVATION HIGHER EDUCATION COURSES AT ACTIVATE LEARNING

Our Wildlife and Conservation HE courses will build on your existing knowledge and experience, helping to prepare you for a wide range of roles including countryside ranger, wildlife reserve manager, farming and wildlife advisor and many more.
THESE ARE SOME OF THE AREAS YOU WILL STUDY
  • Conservation technologies and science communication
  • Behavioural ecology
  • Creating sustainable futures
  • Research project

Book a call with our team to discuss how these and other benefits will improve your Higher Education experience and help you achieve your goals.

Meet the tutors
Jack Merrifield
HE FACULTY MANAGER
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • MSc Evolutionary and Behavioural Ecology (Exeter University)
  • PGCE (Cardiff University)
  • BSc Genetics (University of the West of England)
PROGRAMME / MODULES TAUGHT:
  • Conservation of Global Biodiversity
  • Native British Wildlife
  • Practical Experiments in Animal Behaviour
  • Animal Cognition
  • Creating Sustainable Futures
  • Conservation Technologies & Science Communication
  • Dissertation Research Project 
James Mackie
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • FdSc Environmental Sciences (Open University)
  • L5 Diploma in Teaching and Learning
PROGRAMME / MODULES TAUGHT:
  • Management of Zoo Collections
  • Animal Behaviour
  • Breeding Programmes & Husbandry 
  • Animal & Human Interactions
  • Behavioural Ecology 
Katie Hogan
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour and Welfare (Kingston University)
  • FdSc Animal Management and Conservation (Kingston University)
  • PGCert Education (University of Chester)
PROGRAMME / MODULES TAUGHT:
  • Health, Welfare and Nutrition
  • Practical Projects
  • Access to HE 
Jen Law
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • MSc Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (Queen Mary, University of London)
  • BSc (Hons) Environmental Science (Queen Mary, University of London)
  • Level 3 Award in Education and Teaching (Acentis)
PROGRAMME / MODULES TAUGHT:
  • Development of Personal & Professional Skills
  • Fundamentals of Ecology and Ecological Field Skills 
  • Native British Wildlife
Ella Bartlett
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • PhD candidate in Clinical Veterinary Science (University of Bristol)
  • MSc Equine Behaviour, Performance and Training (University of Portsmouth)
  • BSc (Hons) Equine Science (University of Portsmouth)
PROGRAMME / MODULES TAUGHT:
  • Animal Welfare & Ethics, Research Methods
  • Animal & Human Interactions 
  • Concepts in Animal Welfare
  • Dissertation Research Project 
Luke Gates
PROGRAMME / MODULES TAUGHT:
  • Breeding Programmes & Husbandry 
  • Conservation of Global Biodiversity
  • Native British Wildlife 
  • Behavioural Ecology 
Catherine McCulloch
HE STUDY SUPPORT TUTOR
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • MA in Early Years Education (Goldsmiths’ College, University of London)
  • BEd in English and Education (University of Surrey)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Library and Information Management (Liverpool John Moores University)
  • Level 5 Certificate in Dyslexia (British Dyslexia Association)