From the impact of providing chopped and whole fruit items on the behaviour of the macaws to the nutritional requirements of captive aardvarks, find out about the research we've been undertaking...
Animal Management and Zoo Biology studentsÂ at University Centre Sparsholt benefit from qualified teaching staff withÂ a wealth of experience from their years of working within the animal management industry. Some of our lecturers are directly involved with BIAZA and EAZA research committees/working groups and have links with a wide range of zoos.
University Centre SparsholtÂ has an unrivalled collection of animals and species in its purpose-built Animal Management Centre and was one of the first colleges in the country to be awarded a zoo licence and is part of The National Zoo Academy. The centre offers a wide variety of habitat styles and management systems to maximise the student learning potential and experience.
Part-time Lecturer: BSc/FdSc Animal Management
“I am a part-time lecturer on the BSc / FdSc Animal Management degree and an Associate Teaching Fellow of the University of Exeter where I am undertaking my PhD in the social organisation of captive wild animals. My specific research interests are in the social organisation of giraffe and flamingos within a zoo environment.”
Zoo Keeping, Veterinary Nurse in General, Specialist or Referral Practice; Animal Health and Conservation; Education; Insurance for Animal Health Companies; Work for Organisations and Charities such as the RSPCA
1280 animals from nearly 200 species; Zoo licence;Â Members of British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquaria (BIAZA); Grooming centre, kennelling and cattery, Specialist facilities for reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates…