Zoology

Do you like the sound of studying animal behaviour in an exotic location, or working in wildlife conservation? To take a zoology course you'll need an aptitude for science as you'll be studying animal anatomy and physiology, genetics and cell biology as well as animal behaviour and ecology. Graduates from zoology courses work in lab-based research posts as well as field research and in conservation and environmental management (perhaps in that exotic location, or a little closer to home...).

University of Birmingham

UK, UAE

Somewhat Selective

University of Edinburgh

Scotland - UK

Selective

Hampshire College

USA

Somewhat Selective

University of Manchester

UK

Highly Selective

Queen Mary, University of London

UK, Malta

Highly Selective

Rutgers University

USA

Selective

University of Sussex

UK

Less Selective

UBC - University of British Columbia

Canada

Selective

Boston University

USA

Highly Selective

University of Exeter

UK

Selective

University of Lancaster

UK, Germany, Ghana

Selective

Michigan State University

USA

Somewhat Selective

University of Reading

UK, Malaysia

Not given by institution

University of St Andrews

UK

Highly Selective

Swansea University

UK

Somewhat Selective

University College London

UK

Highly Selective

University of Bristol

UK

Highly Selective or Selective, depending on the programme.

University of Glasgow

UK

Highly Selective, Less Selective

University of Leeds

UK

Selective

University of Nottingham

UK, China, Malaysia

Royal Holloway, University of London

UK

Somewhat Selective

Study Options

Australia, New Zealand

Open Admission, Less Selective, Somewhat Selective, Selective, Highly Selective

Trinity College Dublin

Ireland

Highly Selective

University of Wisconsin-Madison

USA

Selective

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