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Advanced Wildlife Conservation in PracticeFrenchay Campus
地點: Frenchay Campus
課程長度: 12 months
Bristol, University of the West of England has opted into the TEF and received a Gold award.
This course gives students the opportunity to develop their professional network and hone their skills towards the job they want. Alongside developing abilities and practice in ecosystem and species conservation, communication and effecting behaviour change, this course has a strong emphasis on developing innovation and entrepreneurial skills.
An Honours degree (minimum 2.2) in a subject which contains a core grounding in conservation, ecology and environmental science, or equivalent, from a recognised overseas institution, or to have at least 3 years' experience of working in the environmental sector, specifically in areas related to biodiversity conservation. International applicants will be required to meet the UK Border Agency and universities minimum English language requirements, such as: IELTS 6.5 overall with a minimum of 5.5 in all components. All applicants will be interviewed prior to being offered a place on the course.
IELTS: 6.0 (6.5 with 5.5 in each component)
請注意：此成績僅為 University of the West of England, Bristol.
Before arriving at Bristol there is a wealth of information for students on the website including country specific requirements and pre-arrival advice. Once a student arrives at the university, there is help and support for matters such as visas and immigration as well as English language courses for those who don't speak it as a first language. There are also international student events held including day trips around the country to help students get the most out of their time in the UK. UWE Students Union came into its current form when the university was founded in 1992 and is based on the Frenchay campus. It operates bars on all of the sites as well as shops at Frenchay, Glenside and Bower Ashton. It operates a Jobshop to help find students employment as well as a Lettings Agency to help find accommodation. There is a Centre for Student Advice to offer support and counselling for students while the new sports centre in Frenchay opened in 2006 and offers a fitness suite alongside various sports halls and pitches. There are a large number of student societies and clubs for students to get involved with as well as the option to start their own should they find a niche. These include volunteering and fundraising opportunities as well as interest and culture groups. There are also a large number of sports teams from American football to tennis and outdoor sports plus a number of fitness and health groups.