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BSc (Hons) Equine and Veterinary Bioscience (with integrated year in industry) (Sandwich including industrial placement)

Aberystwyth University
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Course UCAS code: D335
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  • BSc (Hons), Sandwich Including Industrial Placement , Duration: 4 Years
Course Summary:
Combine your desire to undertake work experience whilst studying at University. Our Equine Science and Veterinary Bioscience at Aberystwyth University is engineered to give you the head start in the ever so competitive career market. Equine and Veterinary Biosciences means studying the biology of a range of animal species in such a way as to provide you with the underpinning veterinary medicine and scientific theory and examples using the horse (including some equine-specific modules) are used where possible. This includes how nutrition, welfare, anatomy and physiology as well as understanding diseases, their diagnosis and control. It does not provide recognised training for those wishing to practise as a veterinary surgeon but may provide graduates with a suitable pathway to a veterinary medicine degree programme. Our students benefit from a fantastic equine centre with an Olympic size indoor arena, all-weather manège, round pen, horse walker and livery facilities including turnout. You will have the opportunities for work experience, foreign exchanges, internships, bursaries and training towards BHS exams. The syllabus of this course with the integrated year in industry is identical to its sister course BSc Equine and Veterinary Bioscience (D334). Your work experience must be relevant to this degree and the year is assessed which will count towards your degree grade. Students will have to organise their work experience under the guidance of our Director for Employability. There is no guarantee that the work experience will be paid. (If you cannot obtain a placement, then you must transfer to its sister course BSc Equine and Veterinary Bioscience D334). Make no mistake, you will develop confidence and gaining experience in the industry will stimulate your enthusiasm for the subject. Completing a year in industry will allow you to: Apply the learning from your course to the work environment; Make industry contacts; Develop practical skills related to your area of study; Apply your practical skills and technical knowledge after returning to study; Enhance your CV and better prepare yourself for a job after graduating. **What are our graduates doing now?** Our graduates are currently in these following fields; Research Science; Equine nutrition; Stud Management; Agriculture business; Education; Scientific journalism. Studying Equine Science will allow you to develop specialist skills which include: the ability to evaluate nutrition, training and welfare needs of horses; undertake physiological assessment and monitoring. This degree is engineered to improve your career prospects by giving you a head start in today's tremendously competitive equine industry.
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You may investigate the subject from both clinical and welfare perspectives through to the latest developments in animal biotechnology, bioethics and infectious diseases. Example subject areas include: Anatomy and physiology; Principles of genetics and metabolism; Equine exercise physiology; Management of the performance horse; Equine study tour; Principles of veterinary science; Animal behaviour and welfare; Nutrition; Equine stud management; Applied veterinary science; Veterinary drugs and veterinary infectious diseases.
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15 January

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Aber is so amazing! The academic staff are brilliant, really helpful and encouraging to make you think outside the box, the uni is right next to a lovely coastline, so everyone goes down to the beach when the sun’s out to relax – a highlight of the year. The nightlife is also great, loads of bars in town and everyone’s up for it – you end up not needing the union (besides the legendary Bierkeller) after first year, there’s so much on in town.

Provisional for Year 1 for England at £9,000
Provisional for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,000
Provisional for Year 1 for Scotland at £9,000
Provisional for Year 1 for Wales at £9,000
Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (undergraduate enquiries):
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Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (undergraduate enquiries):
Tel. +44 (0)1970 621986
Email. [email protected]

Undergraduate Admissions Office (undergraduate enquiries):
Tel. 01970 622021
Email. [email protected]

 
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  • lwescott's avatar by lwescott on 8th September 2015
    I had the most amazing three years in Aber and would recommend it in a heartbeat. It's small seaside town a million miles away from civilisation so don't expect to live like you're in a big city and you'll fall in love with it's charm. The uni are really supportive and have great scholarships available so if you're thinking of applying, definitely check those out
  • by Anonymous on 1st October 2015
    Aber is amazing! Going to be the best few years of my life!
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