Course info & options
There is 1 variation of this course taught at this university
Student satisfaction with the course
All final year students are asked to complete the National Student Survey (NSS) and rate their satisfaction with the course, teaching and facilities. What is the NSS?
National Student Survey
The numbers given here show the proportion of students who "agree" or "strongly agree" with each of the following statements:
Data shown is from a population of 45 students.
- 98% Staff are good at explaining things
- 91% Staff have made the subject interesting
- 91% The course is intellectually stimulating
- 89% My course has challenged me to achieve my best work
- 96% My course has provided me with opportunities to explore ideas or concepts in depth
- 89% My course has provided me with opportunities to bring information and ideas together from different topics
- 91% My course has provided me with opportunities to apply what I have learnt
- 80% The criteria used in marking have been clear in advance
- 80% Marking and assessment has been fair
- 78% Feedback on my work has been timely
- 87% I have received helpful comments on my work
- 89% I have been able to contact staff when I needed to
- 89% I have received sufficient advice and guidance in relation to my course
- 87% Good advice was available when I needed to make study choices on my course
- 87% The course is well organised and running smoothly
- 89% The timetable works efficiently for me
- 85% Any changes in the course or teaching have been communicated effectively
- 89% The IT resources and facilities provided have supported my learning well
- 96% The library resources (e.g. books, online services and learning spaces) have supported my learning well
- 91% I have been able to access course-specific resources (e.g. equipment, facilities, software, collections) when I needed to
- 76% I feel part of a community of staff and students
- 96% I have had the right opportunities to work with other students as part of my course
- 93% I have had the right opportunities to provide feedback on my course
- 93% Staff value students' views and opinions about the course
- 84% It is clear how students' feedback on the course has been acted on
- 64% The students' union (association or guild) effectively represents students' academic interests
- 93% Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of the course
Entry to the course
Discover what qualifications and UCAS points students needed for entry to the course.
Students enrolling on this course had these qualifications:
Data shown is from a population of 75 students.
UCAS Tariff points
This graph shows the tariff points obtained by students that started the course.
Data shown is from a population of 65 students.
After starting the course
This is what students are doing one year after starting the course.
This chart shows the proportion of students that continue studying the course, complete their studies or drop out of the course after one year of starting.
Data shown is from a population of 55 students.
What graduates are earning once they finish the course.
Please note other factors can affect salaries and earnings such as UK region and changes in the labour market. Please keep this in mind when considering the data here.
All students who finished their course were asked to complete the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey (DLHE). The data below is taken from this survey. What is the DHLE?
6 months after completing the course
Data shown is from a population of 10 students.
£15,000 is the average salary for students of the course from Aberystwyth University.
The typical salary range is: £15,000 — £18,000
£17,000 is the average salary for students of this course from across the UK.
The typical salary range is: £15,000 — £20,000
Graduate salaries after 3 years
What graduates are earning three years after they finish the course.
The source of this data is the Experimental Statistics from the Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data set.
Animal Behaviour (with year in industry)
3 years after completing the course
There is no data available.
After the course
This is what graduates are doing 6 months after the course.
This chart shows the proportion of graduates that are employed, studying or unemployed 6 months after the course has ended.
Data shown is from a population of 35 students.
Type of employment
This chart shows the type of employment graduates are in six months after the course has ended.
Data shown is from a population of 20 students.
This list shows the most common types of job graduates do 6 months after finishing the course.
Natural and social science professionals
Business and public service associate professionals
Animal care and control services
Information technology and telecommunications professionals
Science, engineering and technology associate professionals
Teaching and educational professionals