Adam-Channer

Adam

Channer

United Kingdom
The Equine Science course has a bit of something for everyone, and such a great range of modules and teaching staff. I love the environment at Brackenhurst; it’s such a lovely setting to study in.

More about Adam

“ I chose to study BSc Equine Sports Science because I had completed the Extended National Diploma in Horse Management and wanted to progress on to HE. The option to stay on at Brackenhurst was perfect for me.

“The Equine Science course has a bit of something for everyone, and such a great range of modules and teaching staff. I love the environment at Brackenhurst; it’s such a lovely setting to study in.

“The course is so broad, and covers a range of topic areas, meaning there is something for everyone. Its very science based and covers a lot of the theory and science aspects. It also has practical aspects, so combines classroom work with hands on experience.

“The course leaders encourage a lot of research in relevant areas, and always offer chances to join in, or inspire you to think out of the box and consider them for yourself. You also get the opportunity to do a lot of work in the labs, which is really interesting and valuable.

“I enjoy all the elements of the course, but everyone has favourites! Mine are Health and Husbandry, which you study in the first year and I am currently enjoying Research and Experimental Design. I am also looking forward to the Equine Global Industry module which starts in my final year.”

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