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Bachelor of Arts Programs in Animal Science 2020/2021 in Gloucester in United Kingdom

A BA stands for a Bachelor of Arts. This undergraduate degree can be taken in a variety of career focuses, and it consists of liberal arts classes as well as specialized courses that prepare students for a job.Animal science involves the study of animals under human control. Typically, the curriculum has a strong focus on science, along with hands-on experience working with animals. This field of… Read more

A BA stands for a Bachelor of Arts. This undergraduate degree can be taken in a variety of career focuses, and it consists of liberal arts classes as well as specialized courses that prepare students for a job.

Animal science involves the study of animals under human control. Typically, the curriculum has a strong focus on science, along with hands-on experience working with animals. This field of study prepares students for careers working with animals, which may include agribusiness, animal breeding and animal behavior.

Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each of the countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems under different governments: the UK Government is responsible for England, and the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive are responsible for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, respectively.

Gloucester is home to one of four campuses of University of Gloucestershire. The Faculty of Applied Sciences is located there since 2002. Characteristically for England, Gloucester is known for many churches and a cathedral built by bishop John Hooper.

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Hartpury College, University of West England
Gloucester , United Kingdom

The UK horse industry’s gross output is worth approximately £4 billion per year, attracts around 4.3 million riders, and directly or indirectly employs up to a quarter of a mi ... +

The UK horse industry’s gross output is worth approximately £4 billion per year, attracts around 4.3 million riders, and directly or indirectly employs up to a quarter of a million people. -
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