What will I learn?

The Foundation Degree in Animal Management (Behaviour & Welfare) can be followed by the one year BSc (Hons) Animal Management top-up to gain a full honours degree. The course includes specialist modules and practical experience with a range of domestic and companion species, enabling students to understand the behaviour and welfare of many different animals, both in captivity and in the wild. Work in the field will expand your knowledge of animal behaviour, and there is an opportunity for dissertation work in the BSc top-up year, which will allow you to work with lecturing staff on relevant unique research projects.The course features:- Member of British & Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA)- Purpose-built animal management training centre with £3 million upgrade- Students will have the opportunity to engage in overseas field courses to a range of localities including southern Africa, South America and Europe- Centre houses over 1,000 animals and 125 species inc:- Mammals: serval cats, tapirs, ring-tailed lemurs, porcupines, tamarin monkeys, otters, capybara, meerkats, mara and wallabies, among others- Birds: birds of prey, chickens, ducks, finches, cockatiels, cockatoos, and budgerigars- Reptiles: snakes, bearded dragons, tortoises and chameleons- Fish: a range of freshwater and marine fish Invertebrates: tarantulas, scorpions and insects Amphibians: frogs, toads and newts.

Which department am I in?

Animal Science

Study options

Full Time (1 Year)

Tuition fees
£12,000.00 (US$ 16,511) per year
This is a fixed fee
Start date

12 September 2022


University Centre Reaseheath

Reaseheath College,




CW5 6DF, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Subjects essential for entry: Biology, Chemistry, Human Biology or Applied Science.