Equine Sciences

If you're passionate about the study and welfare of horses, then studying at Nottingham Trent University's School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences can give you the right skills and experience to turn that passion into a career.

Student holding horse

Join one of the leading centres in the UK for equine sports science

We're a leading provider of equestrian courses at college and university level. Based just outside Southwell, Nottinghamshire, our dedicated Brackenhurst Campus boasts some fantastic facilities, including our extensive Equestrian Centre which is home to more than 65 horses. The practical and applied nature of our courses will give you the skills and knowledge employers are looking for.

You'll study a wide range of topics from equine anatomy and physiology to nutrition, genetics and breeding. Examining the relationship between horses, humans and science, our degrees produce flexible graduates with a range of transferable skills. Select the course links you are interested in for more information.




Take your studies even further with our postgraduate degrees.

Further education (post-16)

You can also study your college course with us and benefit from great progression routes onto our degrees.

Visit us on an open day

Why not come and have a look for yourself? Take a tour of the campus, meet staff and students and find out more about the course you want to study.

Find dates and book your place.

The Equine Science course has a bit of something for everyone, and such a great range of modules and teaching staff.

Adam Channer, BSc (Hons) Equine Sports Science

Equine Sciences

Published on 4 October 2017
  • Subject area(s): Animal, equine and wildlife

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