Animal Care

Studying Animal Care can lead to a wide variety of roles:

  • animal welfare societies 
  • zoos
  • wildlife parks and sanctuaries
  • city farms
  • boarding kennels and catteries
  • veterinary practices
  • grooming salons
  • pet superstores.

Graduates have also gone on to become dog handlers for the police, prison service and armed forces while some entrepreneurs have opened their own business.

The ability to care for animals is a skill required in a wide range of organisations and nationally recognised qualifications are now required by the majority of employers.

 

Join us in 2019

There are some places still available on courses starting this September: take a look at our Clearing pages for more information

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SOS Hospital

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Get involved with helping to save injured wild animals at Barony.

Change Your Path Bursary

change your path bursary

Re-train with us in 2019 and you could get £1000 towards your studies


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SRUC Student Recruitment

Telephone: 0800 269 453

E-mail: recruitment@sruc.ac.uk