MSc in Global Wildlife health and conservation

MSc in Global Wildlife health and conservation

Animals are more threatened today than ever before with threats such as poaching and habitat loss and I'd like to make a difference.

Unfortunately, this project was not successful

I am going to be starting a masters degree in Global wildlife health and conservation in order to start a career in which I can make a difference and help to conserve many endangered species. 

The loan introduced to fund masters is up to £10,000 but as universities choose the price of their masters many are more than this amount. Bristol Univerisity is charging £11,350 for one years tuiton fees and the loan doesn't cover maintenance costs such as rent for a year or travel expenses. I am going to be working part-time alongside my degree but this still won't be enough to cover the costs.

My degree will include a research product will contribute to the scientific community and give an understanding of the health of the wildlife.