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Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences Bachelor of Animal Husbandry - Equine, Sports and Business (BSc)
Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences

Bachelor of Animal Husbandry - Equine, Sports and Business (BSc)

Velp, Netherlands

4 Years

English

Full time

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EUR 9,345 / per year *

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* non- EU I EU € 2,530 a year

Introduction

Do you have a passion for horses and an itch for societal development? Do you want to make a difference in the international equine sector as an equine feed consultant, marketer, breeding expert, or event manager? Then this challenging and fascinating study is for you.

The full-time Equine, Sports, and Business study program is part of the higher professional education (HBO) program Animal Husbandry and offers you a unique focus combo of horses and business. During this study, you will engage with subjects such as nutrition, breeding, behavior, and well-being. You will also delve into subjects such as finance, management, and marketing. In addition to this knowledge, you will also learn important skills such as networking, advising, planning, and organizing. In the meantime, you will automatically be part of the program's extensive international network. You're in a class with students from all over the world. This means that the lessons will be given in English and you will be optimally prepared for work in the international sector.

The equine industry is growing rapidly worldwide, which offers plenty of opportunities. Developments in breeding, sport, recreation, and business are following in short succession. The sector would like to show what is most important, namely respectful treatment of the horse. Everyone who works with horses feels responsible for the welfare of the animal, whether it involves top-flight sport or a hobby. Will you take the lead on this later?

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