Payment for all-inclusive cost of this field trip (flights, airport transfers, transport when at field site, accommodation and meals)
This is a five day study tour open to 2nd year degree students. The trip focuses on establisments related to the TB industry and veterinary research.
This trip is open to all 2nd year BSc Equine students. The trip is a five day study tour based in Co. KIldare, Ireland.
Visits are likely to include veterinary centers, racecourse and training grounds as well as a jockey training centre, a leading Thoroughbred stud and equine rehabilitation centre. The trip is Monday to Friday inclusive and price includes accomodation, breakfast and lunch. (Tues - Fri) transport during the week & return flights.
The cost does not include evening meals (there are a number of pubs and restaurants as well as supermarkets close by). For overseas students - it is YOUR responsibility to check your visa requirements as Southern Ireland is NOT part of the UK.
Please email evidence of this as well as a copy of your passport to Tina Canton
Immerse yourselves in ‘research in the field’. Two weeks fully inclusive as a research assistant collecting various data including population data on critically endangered and newly discovered species and behavioural research on the Coquerel’s Sifaka (Propithecus coquereli).
This is an excellent opportunity to get the feel of working and living in a truly remote forest research station with local Malagasy villagers incorporating science, endurance and cultural immersion.
01/12/2017: £300 deposit
MSc/MRes Endangered Species Recovery & Conservation post-graduate student field trip to Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Jersey – January 2018