Access to Higher Education Landbased Studies - Conservation
- September 2020
The Access to Higher Education Diploma in Landbased Studies (Conservation) is a qualification which prepares students aged 19 and over, without relevant qualifications, for study at degree level.
You'll explore biology and chemistry, habitat and species identification, livestock production, and business research to provide you with a solid foundation to either proceed into employment or enter a degree programme in a related subject.
Why Our College?
Natural learning space
Our 245-hectare estate provides the perfect learning environment with arable, grassland, woodland, and conservation areas.
Developed with employers
Our courses have been devised with conservation landowners across East Anglia, ensuring you gain the skills needed for your future career.
Our expert teachers have decades of experience of teaching Countryside Management courses.
Open to students aged 19 or over. It is recommended that applicants have GCSE's in maths, English and science at a minimum of grade C/4.
You can progress to studying a foundation degree or honours degree in a relevant subject.