The CIEEM degree accreditation scheme recognises those undergraduate and postgraduate degrees that provide students with the knowledge and practical skills most valued by employers.
Some of the benefits of studying a CIEEM accredited degree include:
- Course has been designed based on the feedback from employers and what they are looking for in candidates.
- The course content and learning outcomes have been rigorously assessed for quality and relevance.
- Students studying on accredited degrees or degree pathways are eligible for free CIEEM student membership, for the duration that the course is accredited providing a range of free benefits including discounted training courses, mentoring support and much more.
- During the course, students will have the opportunity to attend relevant CIEEM events, meet practising ecologists and environmental managers, and access careers advice from employers within the sector.
Have a look below at the range of CIEEM accredited degrees and degree pathways.
BSc (Hons) Zoology – University of Derby
BSc (Hons) Environmental Land Management – Harper Adams University
BSc (Hons) Wildlife Conservation and Environmental Management – Harper Adams University
MSc Biodiversity Conservation – Nottingham Trent University
BSc (Hons) Natural History – University of South Wales
MSc Wildlife and Conservation Management – University of South Wales
BSc Environmental Science – Liverpool Hope University
MSc Ecology and Environmental Management – Liverpool Hope University
MSc Biodiversity Conservation – Bournemouth University
MSc Wildlife Biology and Conservation – Edinburgh Napier University
BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences (Environmental Biology) – Nottingham Trent University
MSc Conservation Management – Edge Hill University
MSc/PGDip/PGCert Conservation Ecology – Oxford Brookes University
BSc (Hons) Animal Biology and Conservation – Oxford Brookes University