Join us at our postgraduate open morning
Our postgraduate open morning is on the 21 April. Book your place now to come and experience our beautiful campus, view our unique facilities and find out more about the programme you are interested in.
A taught Master's degree from Hartpury will give you in-depth knowledge and the confidence to achieve your ambitions. We’ll equip you with the skills to apply your research to tackle real-world problems.
The usual route is to complete an undergraduate degree in a subject you’re interested in, and then progress to a Master’s qualification.
You'll study a subject you’re passionate about to an advanced level and develop both your personal and professional skills. You'll become part of our inspiring community of postgraduates - building friendships and memories and knowledge that will last a lifetime.
We offer taught master’s qualifications in Equine, Sport, Animal and Veterinary Physiotherapy. Our postgraduate degrees are developed with insight from employers and in partnership with industry.Search for a postgraduate taught course
The Postgraduate Studentship Scheme offers a fantastic opportunity for you to complement your postgraduate study with exposure to real life working environments within a paid position at Hartpury.
With only a limited number of positions on offer, the Postgraduate Studentship Scheme is a much sought after opportunity. Each post comprises a two-year term-time contract of 15 hours a week and is an ideal opportunity for those who would like to work within the education or research sectors.
The best way to discover whether University Centre Hartpury could be right for you is to come and visit our stunning 360-hectare campus. There are a couple of options if you’d like to find out more about postgraduate study.
You'll find out what it's like to be a student here and how we can help you make the right decision about your next step.Book your place
Don't worry if you can't make an open day. Email our postgraduate team to arrange a one-to-one visit to see our facilities and speak to staff.Email the team