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Stirling is a superb place to study a degree in conservation biology and management. Study at Scotland’s academic hub for environmental conservation.
Our world is changing. Human interference in natural environments is rapidly increasing, along with growing competition for space and resources. If you’re planning a career in Conservation Biology and Management, the University of Stirling is the perfect place to develop your understanding of the world we live in, and help protect the planet.
This course will provide you with a deep understanding of the complex relationships between environments and their inhabitants. You’ll learn about the policies and management strategies that aim to safeguard our biodiversity and the ecosystem services upon which humans depend.
Stirling is a superb place to study this. We’re near to diverse landscapes and can link up with more environmental and conservation organisations than anywhere else in the UK.
We place great emphasis on practical training, hands-on experience and preparation for a wide range of careers in conservation. This includes our inspiring 10-day field class in Cévennes, France, a landscape of exceptional natural beauty and tremendous biodiversity recognised by UNESCO.
Doing this course at Stirling has really changed how I view the natural world. This course at Stirling is uniquely placed in that there are so many conservation-based organisations on our doorstep and, for those who are keen to get stuck in, there’s a world of things to get involved in.
Lorna Blackmore, BSc (Hons) Conservation Biology and Management
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Read Laura's storyFrom the placement to the residential field courses, I learned numerous practical and research skills that can simply not be learned in the classroom. Stirling is unique in offering such a variety of field courses, with destinations including Iceland, France and Gabon.