Zoology incorporates the study of biology, ecology and biodiversity  in order to better help manage and conserve the Earth's fragile ecosystems. The programme aims to provide you will a wide set of skills to enable you to approach contemparary challenges locally, nationally and globally.  The programme provides a beautiful East Anglian setting in which to study both theory and apply techniques in practice. You will study alongside students on other HE programmes in land-based subjects and  whilst broader at the outset over the course of the programme you will have to opportunity to make optional selections. 


HE Academic Skills, Dissertation, Global Biodiversity, British Wildlife, Surveys and Identification, Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology, Environmental Animal Physiology

Entry Requirements

96 UCAS, Merit in a suitable Access to HE programme


Postgraduate study such as MSc, PhD, Employment in Conservation Consultancy, Zoologist, Researcher or Breeding Endangered Species

Further Information

This course will run subject to re-approval by UEA. This means the course is currently going through UEA's re-approval process to confirm the continuing quality of the provision. Course re-approval will take place in February 2019 and confirmed by May 2019 

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