Animal Sciences

Working with animals is unlike any other job and a course in Animal Science at Nottingham College is the perfect way to lead you to a rewarding career.

Our stimulating courses are definitely for you if you enjoy caring for animals and like to interact with them on a regular basis.

All of our students can benefit from high quality teaching and superb purpose built facilities that are specifically designed for you to gain a range of relevant practical skills and invaluable knowledge.

You will have the opportunity to learn in a specially designed animal science classroom, which is well-equipped for learning skills such as grooming, handling and caring for small animals.

Our lecturers share our students’ passion for animals and have many years of experience working with them. Over the years they have built up partnerships with many charities and organisations, like Stonebridge City Farm and the RSPCA. So, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to get out of the classroom on visits.

Levels

We offer Level 1 Full-time Land Based Studies and Level 2 Full-time Animal Science.

University Level courses

Are you looking to study a University Level course? Click here for more information!

Highlights from Nottingham College

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Charlotte's made-up about her dream career

19/01/2018

From weddings, proms and fashion shows to theatre productions, TV adverts and even feature films! These are just some of the exciting jobs that talented Charlotte has been working on since graduating from College.

College strengthens its international presence with influential China visit

18/01/2018

College strengthens its international presence with influential China visit.

Tackle the Monday moody blues with Nottingham College

15/01/2018

We can help you overcome “the most depressing day of the year!”

College Students Make "Team UK" Squad

11/01/2018

Automotive students selected for "Team UK" squad ahead of international Worldskills event.

IMI/College China Visit a Success

11/01/2018

A delegation from EMTEC Colleges Ltd., the automotive part of Nottingham College, has recently returned from China where they visited a series of colleges and polytechnics on external verification visits.

Jack's enterprising career journey shows he means business

09/01/2018

Former student's journey to pursuing his dream business career began when he set foot inside Nottingham College

College students' creative flair helps bring body positive campaign to life

04/01/2018

Art students help bolster national body confident retail campaign

Newly formed college proves top level HE excellence

20/12/2017

Nottingham College recognised for HE expertise by the QAA

Notts County community project brings football to life for refugee students

19/12/2017

Student refugees and asylum seekers benefit from footie sessions by Notts County FC charity.

Sophie's college experience propels exciting photography career

07/12/2017

Our former student, Sophie Armishaw’s exciting photographic journey began from the very first moment she set foot inside our College’s iconic Adams Building – home to many of our creative courses.

Student’s capturing of royal public engagement gains global recognition

05/12/2017

Foundation Degree Photography student, Harry Starbuck’s creative expertise is “hot off the press” hitting national and global headlines - following his captivating photo of the newly engaged royal couple’s first public appearance.

Young cooks of the future put their skills to the test

01/12/2017

The local final of the national Springboard FutureChef competition took place at the College on the 3rd November, putting the culinary skills of pupils from five Nottingham schools to the test, as they battled it out to cook their way to the next stage of

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Nottingham visit

30/11/2017

Prince Harry is coming to Nottingham with his new fiancée Meghan Markle tomorrow (Friday 1st December) for their first official engagement as a couple.

Nottingham College Apprentice Wins Bronze at Worldskills UK

27/11/2017

A motor-vehicle apprentice from Nottingham College scooped a bronze medal at the Worldskills UK national finals on 18 November.