Student Profile

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Aram Mohammed Ahmed

Graduated: MSc Animal Welfare and Conservation
Nationality: Kurdish
Occupation: Head of Animal Resources Research Department

How has the completion of your course supported you in your career?
The MSc in Animal Welfare and Conservation helped me acquire a range of skills in conservation which I use in my teaching and in situ/ex situ projects that I am part of. I also use the skills and knowledge I learnt on my degree at Writtle to progress the management of the zoo collection at the college.

Why did you choose to study at Writtle University College?
Because of the good lecturers and excellent supervisors, large range of studies and a good social life. Writtle University College offers various possibilities for study in my field of interest.

What does Writtle University College mean to you?
Writtle shaped my life and supported me to take on challenges and think creatively.

What did you particularly enjoy about your course?
I enjoyed student life so much and found the content of the course inspiring and the lecturers encouraging and motivating. I enjoyed the MSc research dissertation project in particular.

My Current Job
Head of Animal Resources Research Department in Directorate of Agricultural Research, Erbil.

General Director of Scientific Level Company for Educational Services

Future Plans
I would like to undertake a PhD in animal behaviour and welfare at Writtle University College and to study an Executive MBA in Europe.