Hannah Bond

Hannah

Bond

United Kingdom
“All of the courses tutors are very helpful and understanding and quickly respond to emails and questions. I would definitely recommend this course to a future student as it has given me the skills and knowledge necessary for attaining a job."

More about Hannah

“I was attracted to the Wildlife Conservation BSc course at Nottingham Trent University due to the amount of different topics covered. There are also a lot of trips, including the African Ecosystems trip in year three which seemed like they would give me valuable experience in learning important field techniques.

“Brackenhurst campus is a very scenic campus and it offers a variety of habitats which you can learn from when carrying out fieldwork. Student life here is also great. The bar is great for socialising and the Students Union regularly put on themed events.

“All of the courses tutors are very helpful and understanding and quickly respond to emails and questions. I would definitely recommend this course to a future student as it has given me the skills and knowledge necessary for attaining a job."

“Most if not all of the skills and knowledge I have learnt on the Wildlife Conservation course are transferable to other careers. When I graduate I hope to be involved in captive breeding programmes and reintroductions for endangered birds.”

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