Global Ecosystem Management - Writtle University College

Global Ecosystem Management

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'Our BSc (Hons) programme is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management. We are one of only nine higher education providers to have their undergraduate provision accredited in this way.'

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Global Ecosystem Management

The planet needs saving and you can play an important role in making that happen! With the impact of climate change becoming more and more evident, our ecosystems are becoming increasingly fragile and need people like you to help make a difference.

Why you should study Global Ecosystem Management at WUC...

  1. Our BSc (Hons) degree is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management.

  2. You have a third year option to join a residential field trip to the Carpathian Mountains.

  3. We have industry-experienced teaching staff who are research-active and involved in both national and international planning.

  4. You will benefit from our excellent sector links with the likes of Wild Europe and Wilderness Foundation to develop your professional competency skills.

  5. We enjoy international partnerships with institutions such as Eberswalde University of Sustainable Development and Lisbon University to enhance your learning.

  6. We ensure that you have the opportunity to focus on the application of inter-disciplinary science.

  7. You will explore the science behind international conservation issues and how this is applied to real-life situations.

  8. We have a full suite of survey equipment to help ensure you are developing your technical skills alongside your academic ability.

  9. Our priorities include developing your professional skills for work in a sector which is increasingly focused on partnership working and stakeholder involvement.

  10. You will have the opportunity to develop your practical skills through extra-curricular habitat management on site.