Starting September 2022!*
- 120 Credits at Level 4/Year 1 and 120 Credits at Level 5/Year 2 in a relevant subject (Merit Profile). A bridging assignment may be required.
Module list is to be confirmed.
The modules will be assessed by a variety of methods, including essays, presentations, exams, practical assessments, and professional discussions.
Our students progress to develop careers in animal welfare, dog training, psychology, nutritional development, kennel/cattery management, education, zoo management, animal rehabilitation, animal research development, conservation and wildlife ecology.
- A wide range of animals to work with, including domestic and companion animals, reptiles, amphibians and aquatics, horses and farm livestock.
- Industry-standard equipment, including an aqua treadmill and science laboratories.
- On-site kennel and cattery units.
- Opportunities to work with other course areas and take advantage of their facilities, such as Equine Performance Science and the Brooksby Equestrian Centre.
- On-site accommodation, including free gym membership.
£7,500 per year
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You can book a place here: (just remember to visit the Brooksby Campus, not the Melton Campus!)
*This course will run subject to approval by the University of East Anglia (UEA). This means the course is currently going through UEA’s process to confirm the course will lead to a UEA award. Course re-approval will take place in 2021/22 and is expected to be confirmed by August 2022.View All Courses