Timing: Three weeks, 20-credit, course running from Sunday 4th February to Friday 23rd February 2017.
Assessment: Written assignment, Field skill evaluation.
- Protected Area Management
- Wild Animal population monitoring
- Wildlife Health and Field Disease Investigation
- Wild Animal Restraint and Anaesthesia
Subjects will have a variety of practical and theoretical work involved, where students are given as many chances as possible to have a hands-on learning experience.
Costs: Course fees are as follows; for MVetSci students a total of £1535 and for CPD (Continuing Professional Development) students a total of £2999. The course fee will cover your accommodation and food for the course duration, travel within India and Park fees. Students are responsible for travel to and from New Delhi, India and for any associated travel costs such as visas.