Land

Conservation and Community Engagement

It is widely acknowledged in the conservation sector that community engagement is key to the success and resilience of conservation projects.

Published in 2022, the DfE policy paper 'Sustainability and climate change: a strategy for the education and children's services systems' highlights a significant increase in the number of green jobs by 2030, noting that substantial increases in conservation and sustainability learning are key to meeting these targets.

These new programmes, launching for September 2023 will equip graduates with the knowledge and skills to collaborate with local communities and develop successful projects anywhere in the world.

Top reasons to study Conservation and Community Engagement at WUC...

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At Your Fingertips

Our green campus covering around 150 hectares provides a wonderful framework for conservation and community projects.

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Supported Learning

Closely linked to both our animal and land programmes, you will study a wide range of modules, such as habitat management, nature and human well-being and behaviour change.

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Get Involved

Join our campus sustainability group, champion the WUC Hedgehog Friendly campus and be involved with the local Forest School.