Application deadlines: April 30
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: £20
International tuition: £15,600
Domestic tuition: £1,820
On this course you’ll you study the enormous variety of animal life on earth and discover the answers to these and many other searching questions. You will explore related aspects of animal biology, including animal behaviour, ecology, evolution, cell biology and physiology, as well as applied aspects of animal conservation and management. Fieldwork will be an essential part of your training. In addition to fieldwork in Scotland, we run two optional fieldtrips in Year 4. One course is situated in southern Europe (for example, in the French Cévennes Mountains, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, and the second course is based at Gabon’s Lopé National Park, in the heart of the western Congo Basin. As Scotland’s hub for conservation science, with close links to many animal conservation organisations, Stirling the ideal place to study biology.
This program can be done
- TOEFL iBT
SQA Advanced Highers: ABB or equivalents. English language requirements: IELTS 6.0 with 5.5 in each skill Cambridge C1 Advanced (CAE) 169 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill Cambridge C2 Proficiency (CPE) 180 overall with a minimum of 162 in each sub-skill Pearson Test of English 54 overall with a minimum of 51 in each component IBT TOEFL 80 with no subtest less than 17 Trinity ISE II Pass overall and Pass in each sub-skill, ISE III Pass overall and in all sub-skills, ISE IV Pass overall and in all sub-skills
From life science jobs to research and teaching, there’s a great deal of variation in jobs available to graduates with an Animal Biology degree: research scientist science writer medical writer biotechnologist higher education lecturer microbiologist nanotechnologist conservation pharmacologist secondary school teacher soil scientist statistician zoologist Animal biologists work in the agricultural, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, and in conservation management and environmental agencies. Other career paths include: forensic sciences, teaching, the food industry, commercial analytical laboratories and, with further study, professions allied to medicine, and in academic, government and industrial research laboratories.
Stirling , United Kingdom