**Why you should study Equine at WUC…** - You will be able to choose from one of three distinctive specialisms. - We have invested significantly in our equine facilities to ensure you get hands-on access to specialist resources. - Our facilities include two large indoor riding arenas, floodlit outdoor ménage, stud resources, bespoke therapy barns, stables, water treadmill, solarium, round pen and oval horsewalker. - You will study towards a professional qualification on the Equine Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation degree, awarded by Equineenergy. - You will benefit from lectures, practical sessions and interactive workshops to enhance your learning. - We have a wide range of scientific and technological equipment that is used to enhance taught sessions, as well as enabling you to conduct original research projects that are relevant to the industry. - You will benefit from our work with the likes of International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC) to bring you specialist tuition and support during your degree. - Our research findings have been presented at conferences such as the International Society of Equitation Science, the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare and the British Society of Animal Science. - Our course team includes experienced practitioners in both McTimoney Animal Therapy, Veterinary Physiotherapy and Equitation Coaching. - You will have the opportunity to work with World Horse Welfare, assisting in the rehabilitation and training of their rescue horses in preparation for re-homing. The Equine Performance and Business Management programme incorporates the key themes of applied science, development of specialist practical skills, management skills for various enterprises and business skills for all aspects of the equine industry. Students can select to focus their attention more on developing their stud or equitation knowledge. This programme will equip students seeking employment in the diverse equine sector, with a strong grounding in the essential areas relevant to a variety of potential career pathways.