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    Hi there, I'm in my 4th year in secondary school and soon to be completing my first SQA exams in May. Does anyone have any suggestions or willing to help me regarding making decisions on what course/uni/collage to go to, to be a equine sports therapist?


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    Writtle college does a good equine sports therapy and rehabilitation degree, which I considered doing before choosing to do equine business management. It has an integrated qualification of equine massage which was really cool. Think Moreton Morell also does a good sports therapy degree but I didn't look too much into that one, but other people I've seen said it was good.

    My advice is to look at the course modules and read up on them to see if they interest you and that's what you want to do
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    Thank you very much for this information. At least I now know there is some hope to complete my courses in Scotland rather than paying for English ones! I presume that you are an equine sports therapist?
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    Ooh I didn't realise you were from Scotland! those colleges are all in England but I think Moreton Morell is further up north. I was going to do the sports therapy degree at writtle but I decided I'd rather do the Performsnce and business management course
 
 
 

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