Working with Animals
Studying animal-related courses can lead to a very rewarding career. From charities to zoos, farm stock to companion animals, animal care to research, you'll find many different kinds of employment to choose from.
FdSc Animal Management and Welfare
Assistant Research Technician, ADAS
Companion Animal Technician, HAU
I always knew I wanted to work with animals in shelters and have been passionate about this area of work.
Team Leader, RSPCA
One of the best things about this job is knowing that I am making a real difference to the lives of animals.
Branch Manager, RSPCA
I love being able to pass on my knowledge and understanding of my subject specialism to like-minded students.
University Lecturer, Harper Adams University
Zoo keeping has always been one of my dreams, but I never thought it would become reality.
Ruminant Technician, Harper Adams University
I plan to work in wildlife conservation in tropical countries. I believe my degree will open many doors on my chosen career path
Herpetology and Invertebrate Intern
Get as much experience as possible; take the opportunity to gain new techniques wherever possible as they will always be transferable to a new project.
BSc (Hons) Bioveterinary Science
Animal Behaviour Consultant, Making Tracks
Being able to work with such varied and exotic species on placement was a new and exciting experience.
Animal Charity Assistant, Cats Protection
The lecturers are very supportive and it is a very close community.
BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour and Welfare
Placement definitely helped enhance my career prospects.
Senior Research Technician, ADAS