If you are interested in horse care and riding then why not consider one of the Equine Studies courses at Myerscough College?
Myerscough is one of the top land-based and sports colleges in the UK for student success rates and boasts phenomenal levels of student satisfaction with the teaching, support and guidance given to students. As Ofsted stated in their recent inspection report, “High quality teaching and learning is the greatest priority for the College.” Career opportunities are superb.
The beautiful, friendly and expanding campus is located a few miles north of Preston, in Lancashire. The College also runs courses at Croxteth Park (Liverpool.)
The equine department at the College boasts excellent resources and a busy equestrian centre runs affiliated and unaffiliated events as well as being a training and examination centre for British Horse Society qualifications stage 1, 2, 3, 4, PTT and ITT. Myerscough is well known as one of the leading equine colleges in Britain and the facilities and expert knowledge of the tutors provide an ideal learning environment. The lecturing staff are active in equine research, with a particular focus on equine performance and equine locomotion.
For students working towards their GCSEs, the College offers a range of entry level courses along with A Level equivalent Level Three Diplomas, ideal for progression to university degrees. For students taking A Levels or Level Three qualifications, there are great opportunities to progress to Foundation Degree and Honours Degree courses here at the College, and then onto postgraduate study.
Employment opportunities are diverse and include areas such as therapy, nutrition, stud management and consultancy. Recent graduates have gone on to great success including employment as a competition groom or an Olympic rider, a nutritionist for a leading company, a research assistant in Kentucky, lecturers and researchers at colleges and universities and equine business entrepreneurs.
Come and see us at a forthcoming Course Advice Morning & University Courses Advice Day:
• Saturday 9th December 2017
• Saturday 24th February 2018
Advice Mornings run 9.45am – 12.30pm, University Course Advice Days 9.45am – 1pm
For a prospectus and course information give us a call on 0800 652 5592 or visit www.myerscough.ac.uk