CIEE Gap Year in Sydney – Wildlife Conservation & Sustainability

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Koalas and kangaroos, quokkas and spotted quolls, wombats and wallabies, bilbies, bats and bandicoots. There are 235 species of Australian marsupials, many of which are vulnerable or endangered due to introduced predators, habitat loss or climate change.

Learn about these animals, study the science behind extinction, and meet with the professionals who dedicate their lives to the preservation of this unique ecosystem. Alongside park rangers, biologist or researchers. take part in field work and learn how to properly collect and analyze data. Attend guest lectures, or interactive workshops to learn what it takes to become a conservationist.

  • Gain professional experience and training. Return home with a better understanding of your professional goals and concrete insights into what it takes to become a conservationist.
  • Build a strong foundation in the core components of intercultural learning. Come home with an improved sense of self and awareness of what shapes others.
  • A Certificate of Learning in Wildlife Conservation and Sustainability.

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