Learn from lecturers who are specialists in their subject areas. Benefit from world-class facilities including an Equine Therapy Centre, industry-standard science labs and horses on-site. Youâll get to tailor your studies to suit you, with opportunities to develop your knowledge and skills in sports medicine, nutrition, therapy, behaviour, disease and disorders, breeding and reproduction, and more.
This Msci enables you to complete an undergraduate and postgraduate-level qualification in just four years.
An optional sandwich year will enable you to gain valuable industry experience. Many students get their graduate roles with these organisations too. Recent graduate destinations include the British Horseracing Authority Graduate Scheme, nutritionist and lab technician roles, charity welfare and research roles, journalism, as well as postgraduate study at Hartpury.
The content of the first two years parallel the pre-existing foundation provided by the applied science modules at levels 1 and 2 of the BSc (Hons) Equine Science programme. On successful completion of level 2 and with achievement of a minimum mark average of 60%, you will then progress on to level 3 where you will study a careful arrangement of level 3 and transitional modules within the third year before embarking on a final year of postgraduate study.
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I would recommend hartpury too students who want to play sport at a high level but also to students who are prepared to do their share of the work, this often reduces some of the social aspects that students may associate with university. Obviously there is a social aspect but it's not necessarily based on drinking and going out like some university's. Also being a smaller uni is something students should factor in, personally I really enjoy it as it allows me to really have a strong relationship with my lecturers and other people on my course and really aids personal development.
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