Aberdeen Campus, Oatridge Campus
There's never been a better time to study and work in this field, as the equine industry is growing year on year. This two-year course offers the mix of practical and theoretical knowledge you need to take on a variety of roles.
You'll learn practical skills like yard, stable and grassland management. You'll also learn about riding and horsemanship, instructional techniques and of course about the horses themselves.
In addition to that, you'll gain more general business knowledge, including event management, supervisory and organisational skills and an introduction to marketing.
The course offers Riding or Non-Riding options at both campuses.
Example modules: Equine Grassland Management; Equine Behaviour; Equine Business Management; Planning Equine Facilities; Managing an Event; Introduction to Marketing.
2 Highers CC including English or a science subject plus English and Maths at National 5, or relevant national qualifications at SCQF Level 6. Two weeks' practical work experience.
If applying for the riding option, you require recorded evidence of riding ability, to include a minimum of walk, trot, canter and jumping, should be submitted along with the application.
BHS Stage 1 or 2 would be an advantage or the Pony Club B test.
Degree level courses
Equine and Horse Care