Equine Behaviour Health and Welfare - BSc (Hons) Program By Nottingham Trent University |Top Universities

Nottingham Trent University

Brackenhurst campus, Southwell, United Kingdom
  • QS World University Rankings
  • QS Stars
  • Degree BSc
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Study Mode On Campus
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Subject Anatomy & Physiology
  • Fees(GBP) 45600-
  • Scholarships Yes
This course reflects the growing awareness of the need to develop a greater understanding of equine behaviour. This course covers all areas of equine behaviour, health and welfare, offering an extensive range of subjects from anatomy and physiology to equitation science. The course will help you build the fundamental knowledge of behaviour and physiology – as well as the laboratory skills – needed to optimise the welfare of horses in our care, allowing them to thrive and perform as required in industry.
Why choose this course? You'll be based at our Brackenhurst Campus where you'll benefit from our extensive Equestrian Centre. Throughout the course you'll use the centre to gain the practical and research skills needed for careers in the equine industry.
You'll benefit from regular lectures and demonstrations from equine industry guest speakers and professionals.
We offer sport scholarships to elite athletes across a range of sports, including high-level riders.
Your course complements study towards the internationally recognised British Horse Society (BHS) examinations and United Kingdom Coaching Certificate (UKCC).
You'll get the opportunity to take part in field trips to a range of equestrian and research establishments.
You can spend six months on international exchange with a partner university in Australia or Canada during your second year of study. The equine team have close links with the University of Guelph, Canada.
We run a Rider / Groom's Academy for all students across further and higher education to support talented riders and grooms to realise their potential whilst continuing their academic studies.
We offer student livery.
We also have an optional international equine management module which runs as a ten day field course in Switzerland based at the Swiss National Stud. The field course covers the anatomical and physiological basis of equine reproduction and evaluates the variation of worldwide management practices, due to sport and local environmental factors both in a general and breeding related context.

About University

Nottingham Trent University
(NTU) is one of the most popular universities in the UK, with a commitment to
student satisfaction, graduate employment, and teaching quality.

We’ve been
named University of the Year three times over the last few years including
Guardian University of the year, 2019, Times and Sunday Times Modern University
of the Year 2018 and Times Higher Education University of the Year 2017.

Outstanding teaching
Our teaching is among the
best available in the UK. NTU has been rated Gold in the
Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework – the highest possible ranking.

Our lecturers bring
extensive experience in industry, research, and the professions to their teaching
so you’ll get a grounding in theory as well as the practical applications and implications.
You’ll also benefit from inspirational guest lecturers and speakers to bring
your subject to life.

Your future
Studying at
NTU will open up career opportunities in the UK and around the world.

All our
courses offer work experience through placements or work-base projects letting
you develop your knowledge in a professionally relevant environment.

Our courses
focus on your future and you can get support and advice from our employability
team throughout your studies and beyond.

Join a global
With students
and staff from over 160 different countries, you’ll be joining a global learning
community. This rich diversity of backgrounds, experiences and opinions expands
the outlook of our students and brings fresh perspectives to our teaching.

Prestigious scholarships
We offer a
range of prestigious scholarships up to half your tuition fee. These awards are
made to applicants who demonstrate high academic achievement and the potential
to contribute to the university community.