Kara HardyGraduated: BSc (Hons) Conservation and Environment
Why did you choose to study at Writtle University College?
In addition the college itself was small and I noticed how friendly people were to each other on campus, which had good facilities with everything close to hand, but also close to the nearby city of Chelmsford with its cafes, shops and bars.
What does Writtle University College mean to you?
What did/ do you particularly enjoy about your course?
My Career Path
In addition the course at Writtle covered a wide range of relevant modules which helped me to be successful in my grant application. The knowledge and experiences gained from the course has supported me throughout my time at Buglife, particularly during field work, such as vegetation surveys and also in presenting my project at a Buglife staff conference in Scotland.
Prior to this, immediately after I finished at Writtle, I also worked for one month with an ecological consultancy undertaking reptile translocation at part of the Environment Agency’s sea defence project in Sandwich, Kent.
My Current Job