BSc (Hons) Woodland Management and Conservation
Globally, there is a growing interest in creating new woodlands because of the benefits they provide. By studying this course, students will learn how to manage woodlands so that biodiversity is protected, public welfare is improved, and renewable resources can be produced more sustainably. The course explores woodland management in both a UK and international setting, and the role they play in climate adaptation and mitigation.
Bangor Forestry’s unique history, reputation, and high level of teaching excellence make its graduates highly employable. Most Bangor Forestry graduates are employed within six months of graduation by public, private, and non-governmental organizations in the UK and abroad.
The university also offers a placement year and a year of international experience.