Animal, Equine and Veterinary Sciences at NTU

Enhance your professional credentials – or take a key step towards PhD study – with our animal, equine and veterinary science postgraduate courses.

These unique, multidisciplinary courses are designed to meet the growing demand for highly skilled graduates in the animal health, welfare and performance sectors. The courses focus on recent advances in animal health and disease analysis, as well as nutrition, behaviour and ethics.

Taught by experienced industry experts, you'll gain an insight into the latest scientific research findings, and critically examine them in a practical context. Each course also includes a research project, enabling you to undertake and develop your own research interests – as per your personal interests and professional ambitions.

Why you should study Animal, Equine and Veterinary Sciences with us

  • NTU is third in the UK for the number of postgraduate students studying animal science (HESA 2016/17).
  • 100% of postgraduate students in the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences are employed or in further study six months after graduating (DLHE 16/17).
  • 96% of students studying courses in agriculture and related subjects would recommend their course at NTU to other students (PTES 2018).

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