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Marine Science and Conservation BSc (Hons) Undergraduate - September 2023/24* Entry

Course Details

  • Start Month September
  • UCAS Code F715
  • Qualification BSc (Hons)
  • Duration 3 years
  • Placement Year Yes
  • International Experience Year Yes
  • Study Mode

    Full Time

  • Location

    Bangor

    Menai Bridge

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Explore More in Ocean Sciences

Ocean Science at Bangor is unique in encompassing the study of all aspects of the global marine environment, from estuaries and coasts to the deep ocean. We are one of the largest university centres teaching marine sciences in Britain and one of the biggest in Europe.

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Explore More in Conservation

Conservation at Bangor University spans the breadth of the discipline from the ecology of threatened species to the institutional and economic aspects of conservation. Our location means that you will benefit from being close of an exceptional range of terrestrial, marine and freshwater habitats where field work, which is an integral part of the degree is conducted.

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Explore More in Marine Biology

Marine Biologists have a key role to play in the development of sustainable future food resources against a backdrop of climate change and increasing levels of waste. By studying Marine Biology, you will gain the critical appraisal skills to identify and define problems, and the analytical skills to be able to find solutions.

*The year of entry refers to the academic year in which the course begins rather than the calendar year. E.g. a course with a March 2024 start date will be shown as 'March 2023/24 Entry' because the academic year starts in September making 2023/24 the relevant academic year. Similarly, a course with a January 2023 start date will have 'January 2022/23 Entry' because 2022/23 is the academic year of entry for that course.

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