Wilmie-Burton

Wilmie

Burton

United Kingdom
The class size is a lot smaller than in the other universities that I know, so you get more opportunity for discussion and better teaching quality in lectures and seminars.

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“One of the key things that drew me to the MSc Biodiversity Conservation is the fact that it is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM). It also ticked all the right boxes for the skills and knowledge that employers want to see.

“The course has some more technical modules such as GIS, and in-the-field modules which I enjoyed as my BSc degree contained a lot of  theory and lab work.

“The class size is a lot smaller than in the other universities that I know, so you get more opportunity for discussion and better teaching quality in lectures and seminars.

“Because CIEEM have been involved in the composition of the course and they are a leading body in the ecology and environmental work place, so having their name on my CV will make it stand out straight away.

“Doing the course also allows you to become an automatic student member of the CIEEM which is really a foot in the door. It means you get access to lots of extremely useful information and free or discounted training and networking opportunities.”

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