£1,000 postgraduate bursary available. Application deadline 1 July 2015.
This postgraduate course provides a thorough understanding of Equine Health, Performance and Welfare within the context of the human use of horses. You will benefit from first-class facilities and staff expertise in equine behaviour, ethics, nutrition, competition performance, animal biology and veterinary sciences. We are one of the few universities in the UK to offer taught multi-disciplinary modules that develop the scientific expertise and comprehensive understanding that potential employers are looking for.
Why study Equine Health and Welfare at NTU?
• These are unique courses in the UK focusing on Equine Health and Welfare at postgraduate level. • Benefit from major investment in facilities – BHS (British Horse Society) approved Equestrian Centre, international size indoor and outdoor riding arenas, research arena, horse walker, round pen and crew yards, group housing pens, stabling for up to 60 horses, livery, solarium, weighbridge, treatment stocks, performance analysis room, laboratory facilities and a modern Veterinary Nursing Unit. • Modules are delivered by academics qualified to PhD level, who are research active in their area of expertise. Their international research links provide opportunities and scope for a wide range of research projects in the field of Equine Health and Welfare. • Teaching is supplemented by practical sessions and lectures from some of the most experienced consultants in the country.
2.2 honours degree or higher in a relevant science degree (biological science-related subjects are preferred); Equivalent level of relevant work experience will also be considered; International students require IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.
Please contact the school for more information
Recipient: Nottingham Trent University
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