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MSc Equine Behaviour, Performance and Training (Full-time)


University Centre Sparsholt    Postgraduate Degrees

Full time & Part time September MSc One year full-time

About the course

Validated by the University of Portsmouth

Why choose this degree?

• Excellent facilities, expert teaching, strong links with industry and small class sizes

• Take your Equine knowledge to the next level with this specialist postgraduate programme

• Develop research expertise relevant to industry using extensive laboratory, performance analysis and BHS-approved Equine Centre facilities

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Entry Requirements

BSc (Hons) in a Science-related programme at 2:2 or above.

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Ella

MSc Equine Behaviour, Performance and Training

After finishing school at 16 I came straight to Sparsholt, completing a Level 3 extended diploma in Equine Management, before continuing to do a degree, and a master’s.

The lecturing staff really are phenomenal. The small class sizes that Sparsholt offer means that not only do they know your name, they get to know you as a person and find out what you what to achieve. They also have hands-on experience of the industry, so are well equipped to prepare you for whatever career path you decide to take.

The equestrian facilities are brilliant – and are now even better with the addition of Charisma, the Racewood Simulator. UCS also hosts a wide range of industry standard research equipment that you have fantastic access to as a student.

Whilst studying here I developed a real interest in the ‘research side’ of the course. My lecturers noticed this and really helped me to pursue this, setting me up to work on my dissertation with some of the best equine researchers, giving me numerous opportunities to get involved with university research.

I loved studying here so much that after my master’s I decided to continue to PhD level at the Royal School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, which is something I never thought I would say.

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Scholarships

If your household income is under £32,960 you could receive a bursary of up to £750. This can be used to help towards travel costs, books and equipment or anything else that will help you during your course.

Depending on the financial information disclosed in your Student Loan application, UCS may make an automatic bursary award based on specific criteria as set out in our Access and Participation Plan. If this is not the case you may still be able to apply for financial support to the UCS HE Hardship fund by completing a Bursary Application form when you enrol.

For more information and to check your eligibility please contact Student Services on 01962 797267 or email Student Funding : studentfunding@sparsholt.ac.uk

Value of Scholarship(s)

Up to £750

Eligibility

If your household income is under £32,960 you could receive a bursary of up to £750. This can be used to help towards travel costs, books and equipment or anything else that will help you during your course.

Application Procedure

For more information and to check your eligibility please contact Student Services on 01962 797267 or email Student Funding : studentfunding@sparsholt.ac.uk


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