Creating opportunities for students from all over the world to make a contribution towards wildlife conservation in Africa....
More about the ISCI...
The International Students Conservation Initiative (ISCI) is a longstanding and well established defined community of practice.
The ISCI provides support, networks and representation for conservation students across Southern Africa and Africa - creating opportunities for both local and international students to learn, contribute and work in the African wildlife and conservation industry.
The INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CONSERVATION INITIATIVE developed a state-of-the-art training facility in the Northern Drakensberg Mountains of the Limpopo Province in South Africa offering students the opportunity to gain experience and knowledge in the field of conservation and wildlife management.
The school, known as AFRICAN BUSH TRAINING, offer no less than 20 fully endorsed qualification courses and accredited learning programmes that was carefully designed to equip newcomers to the industry with all the skills, knowledge and experience they need to really make a contribution…
Our partnership with some of the top lodges and reserves in Southern Africa as well as a longstanding relationship with other African countries such as Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia and Namibia - places the INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CONSERVATION INITIATIVE at the forefront of talent development and job creation in developing countries.
Be it for Full-time, Part-time, Volunteering or Gap-year work placements, we will find the best fit for every student approaching us for placements.
The INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CONSERVATION INITIATIVE is the leading ‘supplier’ of trained field guides, wildlife management personnel and conservation support staff to the game lodge and wildlife industry - not only in Southern Africa, but across Africa.