The course is really great, especially because of the smaller class size which means you have a better relationship with other students and staff
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“I started riding horses and working with them quite late (14 years old), but I found a massive passion whilst working with them. I was originally planning on doing equine dentistry via veterinary medicine, so applied for this course as a back-up option. I decided to visit the course open day and loved the sound of the Equine Sports Science course so much that I decided to make it my firm choice on my UCAS application. On the open day we got to meet the lecturers who were all very lovely and I really loved the fact the course was a smaller size than most.”
“I have always been very fond of science studying biology, chemistry, and maths in sixth form. In first year of university the amount of practical work was more than I expected but was thoroughly enjoyable especially as the horses on campus are so nice. Currently my favourite module is genetics and I hope to work in labs in the future.”
“I carried out a summer placement at Twemlows Stud Hall in Shropshire which was an amazing experience. Although being very hard work, I learnt a lot about the breeding industry and found it to be a very relevant placement for studying genetics.”
"The course tutors are amazing and majority know each student on the course by name which is really nice, they are really warm and welcoming and make my course feel more personal as they build a report with each student."
“The course is really great, especially because of the smaller class size which means you have a better relationship with other students and staff in comparison to the majority of courses. The campus also feels really safe and loving which is a great feeling, especially if it’s your first time living away from home.”
"In the future I really hope to work in the breeding side of the industry and maybe have a couple of youngsters to bring up in my spare time."
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