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Hartpury University is a specialist provider of agriculture, animal, equine and veterinary education, based in Gloucestershire, in the heart of England’s countryside.
Students can choose from taught and applied research Master’s degrees, as well as PhDs, in animal, agriculture, equine, sport and veterinary subjects. World-class facilities and expertise, small class sizes and a personal teaching approach offer students what they need to succeed.
The campus is home to a 1,800-strong student body – passionate about performance, academia and business. They help to improve the futures of people, animals and the planet, whilst developing their own expertise and careers.
The University is located on a stunning rural 360-hectare campus that has had more than £50 million invested in it over the last 10 years. There are nine businesses on site, which offer excellent learning and research opportunities.
Hartpury offer flexible part-time and full-time postgraduate programmes at different levels to fit around commitments. Applications from industry professionals are welcome.
Hartpury University students on Postgraduate Search say:
“An exciting journey where I am being pushed and developed into a practitioner I never expected or thought I was capable of becoming, in an environment that celebrates performance in every way.”
“I never thought university was something I would go into due to my ambition of becoming a pro athlete but when I was injured at the age of 17 I had to look at other avenues. Hartpury came and scouted me at a major final and that made me feel special and wanted. I enjoyed my 3-year BSc course so much that I stayed and did my MSc too. It shows Hartpury’s quality considering I disliked education through secondary school and now work as a full time lecturer within sport.”
“I started in September - I am impressed by the facilities and standard of teaching for vet physio. The campus has a lot to offer. I would highly recommend Hartpury as a University.”
Hartpury University offers postgraduate study in Equine, Animal, Sport and Veterinary Physiotherapy subjects. Students can undertake postgraduate study immediately after completing their honours degree or after time out from education.
Hartpury’s postgraduate offer is flexible and can include weekend block delivery supported by online learning materials to enable study to fit in around commitments, including work and family.
There are opportunities for bite-size or part-time study to gain Postgraduate Certificates, Diplomas or full Masters qualifications.
Applications from practitioners already working in the industry who are interested in expanding their knowledge and experience are welcome.