If you're interested in the environment and the Earth's natural resources a career in environmental based sciences may be for you.
Many of them are science-based so they will suit you if you're strong in the sciences and include subjects such as ecology, marine biology, geology and meteorology.
Workers in this area investigate, address, and advise on a variety of terrestrial and marine environment and resource management issues, including the development and implementation of environmental policies and remedies that address the impacts of human activities and industrial processes on the environment.
Environmental health professionals use specialist technical skills and knowledge to protect people from health risks associated with the environment in which they live and work. They maintain and safeguard standards, including taking legal action to enforce relevant legislation with regard to public health policy.
Biological scientists and biochemists examine and investigate the morphology, structure, chemistry and physical characteristics of living organisms, including their inter-relationships, environments and diseases.
I'm from Cambridge originally, but decided to come down to Newquay and study because they had the course that I wanted and the environment here is amazing.
I love the fact that Cornwall College Newquay is a small campus, everyone knows everyone and you get more individual attention and support.