You will have access to a range of species housed in the on-site Animal Studies Unit and develop necessary skills in animal management and husbandry. The Animal Studies Unit has recently undergone significant development to provide facilities which exceed current animal welfare standards and now includes a range of small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates, as well as a bespoke nocturnal room, grooming facilities and a large outside area housing rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, birds, marmosets and meerkats.
The centre also works closely with a local farm which houses a range of livestock including sheep, cattle, goats, horses, pigs and poultry, providing a number of invaluable practical and research opportunities. Additionally, the unit also benefits from a large practical classroom which is used for demonstrations, laboratory practicals, animal health assessments and animal training tutorials.
You will also have access to an Academic Support Tutor to assist you with your studies and careers advisors to help you with your future employment.