This course develops the academic base of vocational skills and provides Higher Education training for those seeking a career change or development within the Equine Management Industry. You will gain a sound scientific background as part of the course along with specialised vocational module delivery.
Anatomy and physiology
120 UCAS tariff points from an A2 or 12 unit NVQ programme or
Merit at National Diploma with 4 GCSE passes at grade C or above (equivalent international qualifications are acceptable) or
Mature applicant entry assessed individually by interview
You will be assessed through a variety of methods such as assignments, practical portfolios, presentations, observations and examinations.
Those successfully completing the HNC course can go on to study the HND course, or go on to work in the industry.
You can also progress to degree level studies or gain employment in a variety of disciplines such as Equine Yards (Private, training, competition, studs etc), charitable organisations, management, sales, retail and equine specific insurance, research, equine welfare, teaching, complimentary therapies and self-employment.
This course starts in September
£1,860 (Year 1 2017/18)
Please note, course fees are calculated each academic year and may rise in line with the Higher Education collaborative partner policy. Therefore, if your course is for more than one year there will be course fees to pay in each additional year of study.