Study animal ecology with a university that is perfectly placed within a UNESCO biosphere, providing you with access to some incredible in-field experiences focusing on world-leading research.
University of the Sunshine Coast (UniSC) students who study Animal Ecology have access to some of the most spectacular natural habitats in the world, such as the UNESCO World Heritage island of K'gari (Fraser Island).
UniSC's Animal Ecology students are able to learn from leading researchers and further continue their professional development in unique habitats found nowhere else in the world.
As an Animal Ecology student at UniSC, you will:
Gain hands-on experience from your first year with fieldwork to North Stradbroke Island and your local region
Build your knowledge of animal conservation, biodiversity and animal behaviour
Work with leading researchers on field trips and in the laboratory, becoming work-ready
Undertake a guided research project in Animal Ecology, working as an intern animal ecologist as part of your studies, or take advantage of opportunities to travel abroad as a Study Overseas student