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This one-year Equine Studies Degree will suit you if you have already completed an approved HND or Foundation Degree in equine studies (subject to grades) or a related area and wish now to progress to a BSc Honours degree. By studying at Aber you will benefit from the reputation that our BSc Equine Studies has in professional circles and you will receive a high-quality academic and vocational education.

And if that is not enough, here’s also why we think Aberystwyth is a great place to study and become an Equine Scientist:

  • Superb teaching and research facilities;
  • Expert, internationally renowned and passionate teaching staff;
  • A fantastic equine centre with Olympic size indoor arena, all-weather manège, round pen, horse walker and livery facilities;
  • A stunning coastal location with extensive hacking and trekking facilities and miles of unspoiled beaches to gallop upon.

This one-year Equine Studies Degree will suit you if you have already completed an approved HND or Foundation Degree in equine studies (subject to grades) or a related area and wish now to progress to a BSc Honours degree. By studying at Aber you will benefit from the reputation that our BSc Equine Studies has in professional circles and you will receive a high-quality academic and vocational...

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Entry Requirements

UCAS Tariff

A Levels Must pass a Foundation Degree in an appropriate subject area with an overall grade of Merit or above

GCSE requirements (minimum grade C/4):
English or Welsh, Mathematics and a Science subject

 

UCAS Tariff

A Levels Must pass a Foundation Degree in an appropriate subject area with an overall grade of Merit or above

GCSE requirements (minimum grade C/4):
English or Welsh, Mathematics and a Science subject

 

Assessment Methods

Assessment methods may take various forms including essays, practical exercises, oral presentations, exams, lab reports, worksheets, case studies, practical reports, portfolios, magazine articles, webpages and podcasts. In all these areas you will need to demonstrate scientific rigour and apply a systematic approach to the problems with which you are presented.

Assessment methods may take various forms including essays, practical exercises, oral presentations, exams, lab reports, worksheets, case studies, practical reports, portfolios, magazine articles, webpages and podcasts. In all these areas you will need to demonstrate scientific rigour and apply a systematic approach to the problems with which you are presented.