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  Equine Performance Science MSc


Anglia Ruskin University ARU    Writtle

Full time & Part time See Course MSc One year full-time / Two years part-time
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Immerse yourself in the world of equine excellence with the Equine Performance Science MSc at Writtle University College. This prestigious programme is designed to elevate your equine knowledge, academic skills, and research practice to new heights. Delivered by expert academic and industry-experienced lecturers, the course offers a blend of theoretical learning and practical application at our state-of-the-art equine campus in rural Essex. Through modules covering gait evaluation, exercise physiology, nutrition, and more, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of equine performance enhancement. What sets this programme apart is its focus on real industry experience, ensuring you are well-equipped for a successful career in fields such as nutrition, academia, research, and consultancy. Entry requirements include a 2.2 or above honours degree in a related subject, or significant work experience in Equine Science. Take the reins of your future and apply for this transformative course today.

About the course

Our Equine postgraduate programme offers you the opportunity to advance your subject knowledge, professional development and extend your career prospects. Delivered by our expert academic and industry-experienced lecturers, you will benefit from our outstanding equine facilities and on-hand support teams.

Writtle University College, located in beautiful rural Essex, close to Chelmsford, is one of the oldest providers of specialist equine study and research in the UK. Known for its innovative and pioneering approach to course development, our postgraduate opportunities for equine professionals are developed through close liaison with successful figures in industry and our academic experts.

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Entry Requirements

Candidates from the United Kingdom higher education sector will normally hold a first honours degree at 2.2 or above in a related subject .

Prospective students with a first honours degree at 2.1 or above in another discipline but with significant work experience in Equine Science or related areas will also be considered for entrance on the masters' programme.




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