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  • Objectives
    * To analyse methods of equine management and development * To provide the necessary skills for management within the equine industry, either within a yard environment or the allied industries * To provide practical work placements to support study
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Standard university entry requirements apply 160 UCAS points from: 2 A-levels at grade C; or a National Diploma at PMM; or equivalent qualifications in appropriate subjects, supported by GCSEs You must have riding experience and a genuine interest in working with horses Life experiences are taken into account when considering applications
  • Academic Title
    Equine Management, BSc Hons
  • Course description
    The horse industry is now one of the fastest growing rural sectors and the care and management of horses is an expanding industry in the UK. Hadlow College is recognised in the industry as a centre of excellence and regularly receives requests from employers for our students and graduates to fill equine vacancies.

    This comprehensive degree programme covers all aspects of equine management found in the industry today, including running your own equine business, training and breeding horses, and equine science. The programme is structured to allow students to pursue a programme of study which fits their experience and interests. A European study tour is taken each year, which gives students an insight into wider aspects of the industry.

    Year 1

        * Horsemastership and Equitation 1, 2 and 3
        * Land-Use Practices (Business Management)
        * Equine Science
        * Training Young Horses
        * Grassland Management
        * Stud Practice
        * Estate Maintenance

    Year 2

        * Marketing and Event Management
        * Equine Resource Planning (Business Management)
        * Equine and Human Sports Science
        * Estate Management (Business Management)
        * Two options from:
              o Coaching Techniques
              o Stresses in the Sports Horse
              o Horse Breeding Management
              o Advanced Equitation

    Year 3

        * Industrial Perspectives
        * Advanced Animal Behaviour and Nutrition
        * Applied Alternative Therapies
        * Project
        * Thesis
        * Two options from:
              o Breeding Enterprise Management
              o Advances in Equine Reproductive Techniques
              o Current Issues

    Extra Learning Opportunities

        * British Horse Society Examinations, Stages 1–4


    Assignments, reports, case studies, presentations and exams

    Career options

    Progression onto MSc or PhD programmes, or into posts within the equine management field

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