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Full-time Foundation Degree Countryside Management

ASKHAM BRYAN COLLEGE

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Main features Starting 7 September 2009 Price: ?600 (Part time) This course includes a range of modules that encompass countryside management in western Europe. Environmental and business modules are also included. There are visits to appropriate sites and an optional European studies tour. All the modules include a mix of theory, practical work and directed study. There is a significant and important vocational placement in both years of the course. This degree is validated and awarded by Harper Adams University College. If you successfully complete this course at an appropriate level you could progress to the BSc (Hons) in Sustainable Land Management and obtain your honours degree with only one additional year of study. Career opportunities include managerial careers in the countryside and environmental sectors of land-based industries such as park rangers and estate managers with National Park, The Forestry Commission etc. [You can study the Forestry and Woodland Management module of this course on Thursday mornings for 12 weeks starting on 7 February 2008. For details please return to the Countryside Management courses section and choose 'Forestry and Woodland Management (Foundation Degree Module)'] Entry requirements A minimum of 4 GCSEs at Grace C or above, or a BTEC First Diploma with a minimum of 20 points; plus a minimum of 80 UCAS points (which may include Key Skills at level 2 or above) including study of 2 A levels to A2 level, or a BTEC National Diploma; plus a satisfactory reference. Equivalent qualifications may be considered.

Main features Starting 7 September 2009 Price: ?600 (Part time) This course includes a range of modules that encompass countryside management in western Europe. Environmental and business modules are also included. There are visits to appropriate sites and an optional European studies tour. All the modules include a mix of theory, practical work and directed study. There is a significant and...

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