HND - Equine Management
Anatomy & Physiology
Event Management for Land-based Industries
Animal Health & Welfare
Human Resources Management
quine Sports Medicine
Equine Exercise Physiology
Plan and Implement an Early Training Programme for Horses
Develop and Implement a Training Programme for a Performance Horse
Analysis of Sports Performance
Units for Riding option
Riding Horses on the flat
Riding Horses over fences
A minimum of 64 new UCAS tariff points. Normally one MERIT at Level 3 Extended Diploma (previously National Diploma) in Horse/ Animal Management OR Distinction in 90 Credit Diploma Horse/ Animal Management. Students with A Levels in a Biological /Environmental Science or Psychology plus other subjects to the correct tariff level can apply but they will need to demonstrate a suitable level of industry experience, have achieved BHS Stage 2 and be riding towards BHS Stage 3.
GCSEs in Maths, English (grade C or above) are required. Mature entry is actively encouraged and relevant work experience will be considered in place of formal qualifications, but Access to HE courses in Science are highly recommended.
International students required to meet IELTS (Academic) 6.0 or above (with minimum 5.5 in each component)
Progression onto the following courses is also open:
A third year top-up (Level H/level 6) to gain a BSc (Hons) Equine Studies wth the RAU or other colleges and universities
This qualification offers excellent employment opportunities in the following areas: a wide range of equine industries, equine welfare organisations, assurance, inspection and enforcement agencies, laboratory technicians, equine behaviour consultancy and equine training.